Italian Sparkling

There’s no better sparkling wine than prosecco. The lightweight and refreshing bubbly made in Italy has a delicate sweetness that makes it perfect for any special occasion. Prosecco has a honeysuckle aroma with a subtle sweetness and a crisp palate with hints of stone fruit. It pairs with practically every dish, from salads and cured meats to pizza and pastas.

What You Need To Know About This Italian Sparkling Wine

In order to be classified as a prosecco, it must be made in Veneto, Italy, or the Prosecco region. Although there are a few excepted prosecco grapes, it must be made of at least 85% white glera grapes. Producing prosecco white wine involves a fermentation process called the Charmat method.

It is an intricate process that preserves the lightness and sweetness of this sparkling wine.

Italian Prosecco Wines vs. Champagne

Many wine enthusiasts often compare prosecco to champagne, which is made in France. Both of these sparkling wines have their strengths and unique characteristics. Let's go over some of their notable differences.

  • Secondary fermentation: Champagne production utilizes the Méthode Champenoise, which lets the wine ferment for a second time in the bottle, giving its distinct citrus and almonds taste and tiny bubbles. In contrast, proseccos use the Charmat Method, allowing the wine to ferment just once in a steel tank, giving its fruity notes and larger bubbles.

  • Tastes: Champagne tastes more like toast, almonds, or cherry because of the yeast fermentation, whereas prosecco tastes more like a tropical fruit or peach juice.

  • Aromas: The distinct floral aromas of champagne are due to the dosage of sugar syrup added during bottling, while the light and refreshing scent of prosecco is from the Glera grape.

What Are Some Good Brands of Prosecco?

There are many great Prosecco brands in the market, but here are some of our recommendations:

  • Mionetto il Prosecco DOC: With a tinge of a floral scent, its flavor profile consists of pear, citrus, and lime leaf. This drink will give you the refreshing acidity you want.

  • La Marca Prosecco DOC: Delicately flavored, La Marca prosecco has an aroma of fresh citrus, honey, and white flowers. It tastes of green apple and lemon zest with a clean palate and lively acidity.

  • Le Vigne de Alice Extra Dry Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG: An exclusive prosecco, Le Vigne de Alice has a light straw color and tastes of honeysuckle, acacia, pear, and apple. It offers a delicate, fruity flavor with fresh acidity.

  • Canella Spumante Brut Rose NV: For rosé prosecco lovers, this drink provides the bright acidity with honeysuckle aromas and peach flavors you crave. It has lively bubbles and pairs well with fresh seafood.

How Do I Choose the Best Prosecco?

Selecting the best prosecco is similar to choosing the best pair of heels, you dress up for the occasion. Prosecco wines are crafted into two styles:

  • Frizzante: A light version of prosecco with less persistent bubbles and pressure between 1–2.5 bars.

  • Spumante: Prosecco's most common style is over 3 bars of atmospheric pressure.

Prosecco is also served in four different flavors: Brut, Extra Dry, Dry, and Demi-Sec. Selecting the best taste for you depends on personal preference, occasion, and food pairing.

Liquorama: For the Finest Italian Sparkling Wines

Here at Liquorama, we understand that wine is more than just a drink; it's an experience. That's why we only sell the most refined Italian sparkling wines, called prosecco. They truly are perfect for any occasion.

Whether you're planning a romantic evening, hosting a party, or just want to relax with a nice glass of wine, we have the prosecco for you. We also have a much larger selection of wines from all over the world, ranging from French pinot noir to South African chardonnay.

Check out our selection of prosecco wines today and taste the difference! In just a few clicks, you can find your next favorite bottle of wine from the comfort of your own home!