The Bubbly Bracket
For many of us, prosecco is a cheaper alternative to Champagne, and choosing a bottle often comes down to which label appeals to us when we're in the liquor store. But is there that much difference between proseccos? For the most part, the answer is no. Lots of bottles of this type of sparkling wine tend to taste alike, as our intrepid team of testers found out after slogging through 10 bottles in a blind tasting. But there were a couple of standouts, and one lowly brand that none of us would touch again. Read on to find out which proseccos took flight on our taste buds, and which crashed and burned.
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