Let me take you through the historical and geographic aspects of Prosecco.
Let’s begin!! So, the wine Prosecco comes from northeast Italy, a small region called Conegliano in Veneto. From that small region, it gradually became popular in Italy itself. Then as time passed, it became popular worldwide eventually. Now customers buy this wine for almost all occasions from parties to dinners etc.
The grape used in the making of this wine is called Glera, a thin-skinned that has been grown in Vento for the past hundreds of years. In Italy, Prosecco is made with 85% of Glera, and 15% of other fruits and flavors are added. If the Glera grapes’ content is not 85%, it does not come under Prosecco wine, but the international winemakers do not obey this and use it for their own aimed flavor and bottlings.