Don’t just serve the usual bubbles at your New Year’s Eve shindig, open a bottle of Prosecco Superiore. This high-quality sparkling wine is the perfect way to elevate a low key night at home ringing in 2019 or to bring to a gathering with friends.
You’ve probably had Italy’s most popular sparkling wine, Prosecco, before. But how much do you really know about it and selecting a great bottle? Take Your Prosecco Game Up a Notch in Time for the Holidays.
Mushroom Bruschetta with Triple Cream Brie, Sage and Truffle Oil – a surprisingly easy appetizer that tastes amazing and looks elegant! Plus, it pairs perfectly with sparkling Prosecco Superiore wine.
Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. might be bubbly like Champagne, but it couldn’t be more different. Discover this high-quality sparkling wine with a story that starts in the vineyard.
There are few things better than having a guest show up at your door with a bottle of bubbles. A bottle of Prosecco Superiore wine, to be exact.
Elevate your holiday gathering or winter dinner party with an array of Prosecco Superiore bottles that are perfect with so many festive foods.
Entertaining during the holiday season can be a blast or it can seem daunting. Check out these holiday entertaining tips complete with appetizer recipes that pair with the ever-festive Prosecco Superiore wine for a stress-free, yet elegant, holiday gathering.
Feast your eyes on the first Ruffino Salted Caramel Prosecco Pie from Little Pie Company.
This Pea and Bacon Pasta comes together in just 20 minutes! It’s a delicious (and budget friendly) dinner that’s perfect for any night of the week. Plus, it pairs perfectly with a glass of sparkling Prosecco Superiore wine.
Whether you’re making a drink just for you and a friend or for a whole party crowd, check out these easy Prosecco cocktails that call for just five common ingredients.
Grab your favorite bottle of Prosecco and whip up this cherry slushie for the next backyard BBQ or as a cool down drink by the pool.
This recipe is based on the highly quaffable Italian aperitif made with Aperol and Prosecco garnished with a slice of orange. Aperol is very similar to Campari, but with a lower alcohol content and a slightly less bitter flavor.
Prosecco has been produced for over 10 centuries in the foothills of the Marco Trevigiana, running from Valdobbiadene to Conegliano in the province of Treviso.
A Sparkling Blood Orange Cocktail is a sweet and bubbly party favorite.
This year, change up your cocktail game with this golden, spirited Lunetta Prosecco sparkling wine cocktail complete with sweetness and herbal complexity.
With sparkling Prosecco and warm flavors of honey and pear, this drink is the perfect cure to winter blues or stunner for a festive cold-weather party.
An easy-to-make Sparkling Clementine Cranberry Cocktail with Prosecco and sweetened with a honey-cranberry and rosemary simple syrup.
Serve this sparkling holiday cocktail to all your guests with the seasons quintessential flavors of cranberry, rosemary and ginger and made to sparkle with a splash of Lunetta Prosecco.
The holidays are in full swing with parties galore, all the way through the new year. If you are looking for the perfect way to impress your guests, serve up this raspberry sparkler complete with vodka and Prosecco.
Tart, citrus-y and effervescent, this pomegranate orange Prosecco cocktail is the perfect holiday sipper for all your gatherings.
Light up the holiday season with this festive clementine and cranberry cocktail topped with a spritz of Prosecco.
Say cheers with a fun, festive sparkling Prosecco cocktail, with warm flavors of spices, honey, and whiskey.
The holiday season is coming and we need fun, bubbly wines to bring out at parties that won’t take away from our gift fund. Try these affordable Proseccos.
Prosecco consumption is on the rise. Here are three varietals to look out for and what to pair them with.
Prosecco is experiencing a resurgence in the United States. Italian winemaker, Bisol Prosecco, is the pinnacle of quality, having a bottle for any occasion.
Just because you love sparkling wines, doesn’t mean you have to have something to celebrate in order to pop a bottle. As production of bubblies increase, the prices are falling. Here’s what you should drink.
Italy’s popular sparkling wine, Prosecco, is fun, versatile and affordable. Check out our favorite ways to enjoy it from breakfast to dinner.
Make your year end toast interesting. Replace the usual arsenal of celebratory cocktails with bubbly beverages, perfect for counting down into the new year.
Pull up a buttery blue leather seat at the bar of Cartizze – an ultra-chic cocktail and bellini bar named after the Prosecco vineyards of the same name.
Sweet with an unmistakable tartness, these cherries are perfect over creamy gelato, with yogurt, or for the mixologist creating cocktails.
The strawberry-rhubarb puree sweetens a dry prosecco for a balanced sip and the rosemary just gives it a little something extra.
When life hands you left over Risotto, make Arancini Di Riso – Crispy Fried Risotto Balls.