Difference Between Champagne and Prosecco October 26 2017

Both Champagne and Prosecco are fine wines which you can simply enjoy such beverages anytime you want. You can drink Champagne or Prosecco at night, after dinner or whenever you want to celebrate a certain event or something. All in all, there are big differences between the two, yet both are delicious and can be very satisfying.

The Distinctiveness Of The Two FIne Wines

First, Champagne was developed from France which its distinctiveness was discovered by a certain monk. It was not developed, by the way,  the process and the taste were discovered by accidents. Through time, wine manufacturers from France developed and improve its taste. The Prosecco on the other hand, is from Italy. Unlike champagne, where the process is too complicated, this type of bubbly is produced by a pretty much less complicated method and cheap as well, called the tank method.

Price And The Taste

You can simply determine the difference when it comes to the price. Champagne tag price is around $40.00 up to $100,000.00 per bottle. There are two types of champagnes and these are the non-vintage and the vintage ones. Shipwreck is the most expensive champagne. The Prosecco can be yours for only $12.00 up to $1000.00. Champagne is made from different types of premium grapes such as chardonnay, pinot noir, Meunier grapes. Obviously, Prosecco is made from prosecco or also known as Glera. Champagne has its own distinctive taste such as white cherry, peach, citrus, and almonds. While Processor has the taste of green apple, cream, and honey lemon.

 Process

Going back to the process, champagne has at least 2 years of fermentation and another process. Take note that it must be kept in a certain place that meets a certain temperature. Champagne would be called as bubbly wine when it is not made from France. The processor has its fruity flavor that’s for sure since the grapes are preserved and processed for a long time in a tank.

 Pairing

 Both have its delicious taste and the best way to serve them is when they are cold. Of course, not ice-cold by the way. You can drink a glass of champagne or two after your everyday grind. But, keep in mind that whenever you open a bottle of champagne, make sure that you finish them. You can share the wine with your loved ones, guests or even friends. You can pair champagne with pickled veggies, light foods for appetizers, and potato chips. Red meat is a perfect match to Prosecco since it has a fruity flavor. Both are ideal for desserts and definitely, you will ask for more.

 Conclusion

There is no argument that champagne is a premium type of bubbly wine for sure. But, in case that you want to taste pretty much different when having a break for a weekend, you can choose Prosecco over Champagne. Yet, in any occasion without champagne, it seems like you are missing something.