It’s always a good time to enjoy a glass of Santa Margherita Prosecco. I use to think that we needed a special occasion to pop open a bottle of bubbly. Then came the brunch craze and having a glass of bubbly with brunch was a must. Now, well I think we should just be drinking bubbly whenever we can!
Santa Margherita Prosecco
Santa Margherita Prosecco is one of the best-rated proseccos and the best prosecco under $20.
Did you know that Prosecco is made in northeastern Italy? It’s named after the former village of Prosecco, which is now a suburb of Trieste. It is a famous Italian drink known all around the world.
Santa Margherita Prosecco is made from Glera grapes that are grown just north of Venice on the hills of Valdobbiadene.
Santa Margherita is one of the top producers of Prosecco and is famous for its sparkling wines around the world.
When buying Prosecco look for a sticker guaranteeing DOC status on the bottle. Prosecco is never sold in cans, it must be produced and sold exclusively in glass bottles.
The Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore is an easy-drinking prosecco that is crip with flavous of citrus, apple, and peach. It pairs great with seafood, charcuterie, pasta dishes, and of course, brunch.
There are different sweetness levels in Prosecco. This Santa Margherita Brut Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore is considered to be Brut as it has 11 g/L of sugar.
Serve your Prosecco in a tall and slender tulip shape glass as this will help preserve the finesse of the bubbles, while the larger bulb at the top helps to collect the wine’s floral aromas. I love the coupe glasses but they are not great for sparkling wine as the bubbles will disperse quickly.
The top question asked is Santa Margherita Prosecco dry or sweet?
The wine is dry with 11 g/L of sugar.