Prosecco

[proh-sek-oh]
noun
  1. (sometimes lowercase) a variety of white wine, usually a sparkling wine, produced in several regions of northern Italy.
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Examples from the Web for prosecco

Contemporary Examples of prosecco

  • It would make a gorgeous Bellini, but at $20, this is a Prosecco that deserves to stand by itself.

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    Beyond Champagne

    Sophie Menin

    December 29, 2010

  • Prosecco has long been a favorite alternative to Champagne, and this delicious bottle is a perfect reminder of why.

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    The Official Beverage of France

    Katie Workman

    August 4, 2009

  • You can round the night off with a few cold Peronis or order a bottle of Prosecco.

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    The Ghost of Biennales Past

    Taylor Antrim

    June 2, 2009