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Wine - Prosecco

Is Prosecco wine or is Prosecco champagne? Look, we know you know the answer, but we're going to explain it real quick for a friend... Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from Italy that tastes like a lighter, sweeter champagne. So basically, if you want to look super fancy at your next brunch, bring a bottle of this and let the OMGs roll in.

What’s the Difference Between Champagne and Prosecco?

They’re both sparkling white wines, but let us break down the differences between champagne and Prosecco so you can look super-cool at your next party.

Champagne
  • Made it France
  • Made with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meaner grapes
  • Made using “traditional method”
  • Slightly more alcohol content
  • More expensive
Prosecco
  • Made in Italy
  • Made with Prosecco grapes
  • Made using “tank method”
  • Slightly less alcohol content
  • Less expensive
What Does Prosecco Taste Like?

Champagne. Prosecco tastes like champagne. It’s a sparkling white wine that a lot of people use as a less expensive substitute for champagne. Mimosas, anyone?