7 Bargain Prosecco Superiores to Buy Now

Sometimes misconstrued as a “poor man’s Champagne,” Prosecco is picking up some major steam. “It’s the single most important force driving Italian wine exports today,” says Wine Advocate reviewer Monica Larner. “According to the IWSR/Vinexpo study published earlier this year, Prosecco is expected to outgrow all other types of sparkling wines by 2020.” 

Larner has closely watched Prosecco making headway over the last 15 years, noting the fine distinction between Prosecco and Prosecco Superiore—the latter a far more nuanced wine that holds a higher classification. “There are now 43 recognized Rive, or single vineyards, in the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore wine region,” she states. (Read Larner’s full Prosecco report in our End of May Interim Issue.) 

And with summer right around the corner, it’s time to stock up on some glorious sparklers. Get to know these seven Prosecco Superiores, all priced at $25 or less:

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