The bottle: Altaneve Z prosecco, $45
The back story: Sure, Americans love their prosecco, the sparkling wine that has become a kind of poor man's Champagne: Last year, U.S. sales of Italy's signature bubbly surged by 34%, according to one trade report. But these days, prosecco is taking on a certain cachet as something more than a Champagne alternative. For starters, with concerns about a potential prosecco shortage - blame it on the high demand plus a bad recent grape harvest -- there's some thought that the bubbly will no longer be taken for granted. On top of that, new and...
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