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Prosecco Wine Pairing

Prosecco has a lower alcohol level than many of its still wine counterparts and is best consumed within 2 years of release. Typically made in a dry to off-dry style with acidity levels that range from medium to fairly high, Prosecco’s palate profile leans towards fruit – namely, apple, pear and apricot with a little citrus and sometimes toasted almond notes.

Give Prosecco a try with Prosciutto, creamy sauces, almonds, stuffed mushrooms, seafood, fried fare, spicy Asian entrees and even buttered popcorn or potato chips. This is a very forgiving, food-friendly sparkling wine option.

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