La Marca Prosecco vs Lunetta Prosecco
Are you looking for the perfect New Year’s Eve Prosecco? Lunetta has got you covered! While most people will reach for La Marca, we believe Lunetta is the perfect option for you. Here’s why.
First things first: what is Prosecco?
Prosecco is an Italian white wine produced in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions. It’s named after the village of Prosecco and made from the Prosecco grape.
Prosecco is almost always sparkling or semi-sparkling wine, and typically gives you flavors of apple, honeysuckle, peach, melon, and pear. It’s light-bodied, vibrant, and very crisp.
La Marca Prosecco
La Marca Prosecco has aromas of fresh citrus, honey, and white flowers. It has a fresh, clean palate and mineral undertones. You’ll notice flavors of lemon, green apple, and grapefruit.
Lunetta has aromas of apple and peach, as well as a refreshing palate and a clean finish. You’ll experience a harmonious blend of crisp fruit flavors.
Why Lunetta over La Marca
- Lunetta (which means “Little Moon” in Italian) celebrates life’s small pleasures.
- Lunetta’s grapes are handpicked in a state-of-the-art sparkling wine facility in Trentino, which is dedicated to producing only the best sparkling wines.
- It’s perfect as an aperitif or with food such as antipasti, hors d’oeuvres, sushi, and seafood.
- Lunetta is typically sold for a little less than La Marca.
As you get ready to ring in the new year, grab a bottle (or a few!) of Lunetta Prosecco. Cheers!