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WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROSECCO, SPUMANTE AND FRIZZANTE

A sparkling wine or spumante with the “Blubb” conscience is always and everywhere these days. On occasions such as bachelorette parties, weddings, birthdays, parties or even breakfast, champagne, prosecco and frizzante are indispensable. In addition, all genders now feel under the spell of sparkling wine. And as the saying goes,

“It’s better to celebrate and drink Prosecco than to wait and drink tea.”

The Germans in particular are masters at enjoying the sparkling Prosecco experience,

That's why we should also be able to master the “sparkling wine 1×1”.

CONTENTS

  1. Consumption recommendation & Prosecco know-how
  2. Storing sparkling wine
  3. Carbon dioxide comparison of Champagne & Prosecco
  4. Prosecco recipe to try
  5. Difference between sparkling wine, prosecco and frizzante
  6. Flavor and residual sugar

To impress your loved one, friends or even your boss, you can't avoid this Prosecco knowledge.


RECOMMENDED CONSUMPTION OF PROSECCO AND SPUMANTE

DRINKING TEMPERATURE

In order to fully enjoy the sparkling wine, it is important to pay attention to the correct drinking temperature. This is 6-8 degrees Celsius, and only at this temperature can the taste really develop.

If your visitor arrives too early, you can also place the Prosecco bottle in an ice bath for quick enjoyment.

POURING THE GLASS CORRECTLY

So that your carbon dioxide bubbles don't burst as soon as you release them, it's important to hold the Prosecco glass slightly at an angle when pouring.

STORAGE OF SPARKLING WINES

Unlike red wine, it is better not to store sparkling wine for too long, otherwise it can lose its carbon dioxide pressure and taste bland. Depending on the type of sparkling wine, 1-3 years is the maximum storage time to preserve the taste experience. But who stores a good drop of sparkling sparkling wine for that long? ;)

CARBONIC ACID COMPARISON OF CHAMPAGNE & ​​PROSECCO

Watch the rising carbon dioxide bubbles with your next glass and impress those around you. The smaller the bubbles are, the more complex and therefore more expensive it is to produce the sparkling wine.