Identifying Prosecco, Like Diama Sparkle Prosecco

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Prosecco is the new bubbly, and we’re here to tell you why it, specifically the attractive Diama Sparkle Prosecco, should be on the top of your list this holiday season.

Not only does it offer a delicious taste, but there are different notes in each type of Prosecco as well as different levels of sparkling.

Prosecco can either be frizzante (semi-sparkling) or spumante (fully sparkling).

Prosecco has varying fruit like notes, which can include apples, peaches, pears, and apricot.

Prosecco is known for its lower alcohol content, making it easier to enjoy.

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The main difference between Prosecco and Champagne is the fermentation process. Prosecco ferments for a second time in steel, while Champagne continues to ferment in the bottle.

Prosecco is the name of the region in which the grapes come from, not the actual grape itself. Though the grape used to be called Prosecco, it became too popular and was renamed Glera in 2010. Prosecco can be made from nine different types of grapes, and can be made in the surrounding areas or “zones” in Italy.

Diama Sparkle Prosecco is named after the cut of the diamond, creating an elegant and crisp flavor, with tastes of bosc pear, yellow apple, and lemon.

For more information on Diama Sparkle Prosecco visit us at DiamaSparkle.com or SanAntonioWinery.com