In the year 2013 Prosecco outperformed Champagne---beating the King of Bubblies in sales for the first time in history. Fresh, vibrant and uncomplicated, Prosecco, which comes from northern Italy, rides a tide of popularity due in large part to its affordable price tag. Most Proseccos will set you back $15 or less, although some producers have set out to craft more serious wines at higher prices.
It will be interesting to see if this wave of pricier "ultra-premium" Proseccos gains any traction in a marketplace that is accustomed to value. Given all the fuss, and the fact that many of you...
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