Prosecco Type Wines and Frizzante Wines
Prosecco is a sparkling wine from north-eastern Italy, specifically the Veneto, and Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine region. At Wines From Italy, we have a wide selection of Prosecco. Prosecco is made up of at least 85% Glera grape and is sparkling. Prosecco is Made in the Charmat method. We have Charmant method wine list here that are not Prosecco, they cannot be called prosecco because they are made with different grapes than Prosecco and are not in the approved Prosecco area.
Spumante means Sparkling.
Frizzante is a Sparkling wine with less pressure than Spumante.
Charmant is a method of making full sparkling wine.
Champagne Method also called Traditional Method is a method of making full Sparkling wine.