Get a jump on planning a spring dinner party with these fresh fixin’s featuring Prosecco DOC. Traditionally dry or extra dry, Prosecco DOC refers to those bottled in a specific region of Italy (northeastern). Among the most famous sparkling Italian wines in the world, Prosecco is THE leading sparkling beverage in the US — a fact we’re taking advantage of!
Now anyone can enjoy this lusicous grape within each course. The persistent aromas of white flowers, apples and pear add a tantalizing touch to these recipes…
This dish [top] has a mix of Brussel sprouts, pecans, pomegranate seeds and orange slices, together with a tasty vinaigrette using Prosecco. Sure to be the talk of your dinner table!
These succulent scallops are perfectly accompanied with sweet yet slightly acidic Prosecco in a delicate buttery sauce.
This delicious cocktail popsicle includes Prosecco, muddled fresh blackberries, a splash of lime, a bit of zest and some crème de cassis.
My Pick for Prosecco…
Less than $18 a bottle, the Enza is a dry, crisp Prosecco with a beautiful burst of strawberries. My personal fave.
And, this one I get at H-E-B
Fruity and sweet, the Prima Mazzo is a great dessert wine…pair it with something tart.