Recipes with Prosecco
Prosecco is an Italian sparkling wine that is very famous around the world. It is consumed often at brunches and also used in cocktails. It takes its name from the town of Prosecco in the Veneto region of Italy. Although it is usually made with Glera grapes, small amounts of other grape varieties are also used.
It is light and easy to drink. It can be drunk at any time of the day. Prosecco is likened to champagne. The main difference between them is primarily Prosecco Italian; Champagne is French wine. Another difference is their production style. Additionally, alcohol ratio is less than champagne in Italian sparkling wine.
Prosecco is often made in a sparkling (spumante) or semi-sparkling (frizzante) style. The wine is also available in a no-foam version. This is called a tranquillo. The grapes used in Prosecco wines have green apple, melon, apple and honeysuckle flavors. Therefore, it has a sweet taste. It is divided into brut, extra dry or dry according to different sweetness levels.
Ruffino is one of the most well-known brands. Eldorado and Barracuda cocktails are among the cocktails that can be prepared with Prosecco. It is served in cold and champagne glasses. It is frequently consumed with dried meat and seafood such as shrimp and salmon. It can also be served with Chinese dishes, pastas and fruit snacks.