Battle for the Soul of Prosecco, Part 2

With the stakes rising, will Prosecco follow the trip-ups and triumphs of Beaujolais, Bordeaux or Champagne?
Battle for the Soul of Prosecco, Part 2
Prosecco must also climb metaphorical hills. (Mattia Mionetto)
Dec 30, 2015
Wine Spectator associate editor Ben O'Donnell explains the frustration that higher-end Prosecco makers face in distinguishing their terroir and asks, with the stakes rising, will Prosecco follow the trip-ups and triumphs of Beaujolais, Bordeaux or Champagne?

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