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From the Veneto region in the northeast of Italy, Prosecco is celebrated for its lively effervescence and crisp, refreshing palate. With notes of fresh-picked apple, juicy peach, and ripe lemon, it's the perfect choice to toast and celebrate good times with friends.


1. What is Prosecco and how is it different from Champagne?
Prosecco is a sparkling wine just like Champagne. Champagne comes from the Champagne region of France while Prosecco hails from the Veneto region of Italy. Prosecco is typically slightly sweeter than Champagne and their tasting notes differ as well.

2. Which Prosecco wines are the best to drink?
With its delicate bubbles and citrus aromas, our personal favorite is La Marca Prosecco. If you’re a fan of Rosé, add bubbles with La Marca Prosecco Rosé, and for a softer, creamier texture, try La Marca Luminore Prosecco Superiore.

3. Is Prosecco sweet?
Prosecco has a tantalizing hint of sweetness that comes from notes of green apple, juicy pear, and honeysuckle. If you’re looking for a dry Prosecco, try Brut.

4. Can I cook with Prosecco?
Like any white wine, you can cook with Prosecco. Have a bottle that’s lost its bubbles? Perfect! When heated, sparkling wines will lose their bubbles anyhow, so put that bottle of flat Prosecco to good use. Try using Prosecco in richer dishes, like creamy risotto and pasta sauces.

5. Do I need a special glass?
The flute glass is the most popular option for serving Prosecco wines; its narrow shape retains the beautiful bubbles and enhances the wine’s aromas.

6. When do I drink Prosecco?
Prosecco is our brunch time go-to. It’s lively effervescence shines in mimosas and Bellinis and pairs with brunch favorites like eggs Benedict, chorizo chilaquiles, and chicken and waffles.

Prosecco Food Pairings

Slightly sweeter than Champagne, Prosecco pairs with a great variety of foods, including seafood, creamy cheeses, decadent desserts, and brunch favorites. Prep a savory breakfast of eggs Benedict or a British pub classic of fish and chips, and savor every bite with a glass of bubbly Prosecco.