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What goes well with Prosecco?

What goes well with Prosecco? we are certainly talking about one of the most famous Italian products in the world and the possibilities of matching they are numerous.

Typically, when we talk about prosecco we think of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Docg, which is produced in the area between Conegliano and Valdobbaidene and made with glera grapes.

It is a particularly fruity and aromatic wine, excellent to combine with foods that have little invasive cooking methods.



Prosecco is perfect for a fresh and elegant aperitif, to be sipped while tasting canapés, salmon puffs, shrimps in cocktail sauce or cheeses and cured meats.

A good glass of Prosecco is able to enhance the flavors of these foods, greatly improving our experience at the table.


Cold cuts

Pairing prosecco and cured meats is a particularly good choice, especially for cooked ham and mortadella which have a more delicate flavor. On the other hand, any combinations with herbal or over-seasoned cheeses, as well as spicy cured meats, are not to be preferred.


Vegetable dishes

Prosecco di Valdobbiadene goes very well with all those dishes in which asparagus are the protagonists, as well as other vegetables such as radicchio, courgette and spinach. It is also excellent to accompany pumpkin creams or potato flans, as it offer a very pleasant contrast that is able to amaze.


What goes well with Prosecco: fish

Fish lovers will discover with pleasure that the combination with a good Prosecco is able to give very pleasant sensations in the mouth.

Excellent to accompany raw fish carpaccio as well as octopus salad, crustaceans, molluscs, sea bass fillets and sea bream. If you love fresh fish, and you haven’t tried pairing it with a good prosecco yet, this may be the right occasion.

Inside our shop you can find a wide selection of bubbles, among which you will certainly find the bottle that is right for you.

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