The Demystified Vine

Taking the mystery out of wine exploration!

“Success of Prosecco is due to its versatility,” stated Giulia Pussini, “[and] it has a long history [which] started in 1876. Production has improved, and success [has been seen with this style of wine] in the last two decades.” Essentially, Prosecco has enjoyed a global uplift in the last little while. Giulia was visiting¬†from Veneto, …

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…Upcoming gathering? Thinking of bringing some bubbles? You don’t have to break the bank with Champagne. Italy makes sparkling wine, and it is indeed, fine. Lame poetic nuances aside, Prosecco has what it takes to please a crowd. While many Proseccos are off-dry (showing a hint of sweetness), they also come in dry styles as …

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