The most visited stop on the Fizz line

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Prosecco needs no introduction … Like a reality TV star suddenly thrust into the limelight it has experienced a rush of popularity, fuelling weeknight treats and weekends off around the country. It is perfect for a cheeky glass or two because it has a softer bubble structure and lower acidity than champagne and cava (which are made in a different way), and a gentle flavours palate of pear and peach. The area it comes from has recently had some stricter restrictions in place to make sure the shelves doen’t get swamped with me-too brands

Things you should know

Top Tip: Like Pinot Grigio, the popularity of Prosecco has led to some less than lovely versions. Look out for the DOCG Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene (not easy to say but easy to spot) for a guarantee.
Specific Food Match: Don't swamp Prosecco, it's very happy on its own or with light crisps and nibbles.
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