Newsweek: Celebrate National Prosecco Day with These 8 Deliciously Festive Sparkling Wines – Featuring Bisol
“National Prosecco Day is Tuesday, and all across the U.S. wine lovers are bringing on the bubbles.
Not to be confused with its French relative, Champagne, prosecco is a style of sparkling wine original to Italy. The winemaking process and rules for the two bubblies are different: Only sparkling wine made with grapes from the French region of Champagne can be called Champagne, for example, while prosecco is primarily made with Italian Glera grapes. It’s also traditionally produced using the tank method, while most Champagne wineries follow the classic method.”
Bisol Crede, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG
Elegantly silky and crisp, this prosecco comprised of Glera, Pinot Bianco and Verdiso features a lively aroma of fresh-cut wildflowers that blossom into a bounty of ripe fruits. The alluring scent is only proliferated in its taste, which includes notes of yellow apples and pears with a dash of citrus.
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