Believe it or not, not all bubbly is created equal. Two commonly confused sparkling wines are Champagne and Prosecco. Key differences include the region, flavor profiles, and price. Use our helpful infographic to tell these two sparkling wines apart. #infographic
Not all sparkling wines are alike. While you may know that, the specific differences between the ever-popular champagne, trendy prosecco, and always-tasty cava are a bit more nuanced. This graphic from VinePair breaks them down easily, including how they’re made, where they’re made, and how to choose one.
Belcanto Di Bellussi Di Valdobbiadene Superiore Prosecco, Veneto, Italy. Terrific party bubbly: won't break the bank yet it's tasty and toasty. For recipe matches, price and score for this wine, visit http://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks/wine/belcanto-di-bellussi-di-valdobbiadene-superiore-prosecco/110127
Becca x Jaclyn Hill Champagne Collection Palette 100% Authentic Becca x Jaclyn Hill Face Palette. I always buy Jaclyn Hill's Palettes/Highlighters as soon as they hit Sephora. I just ended up not using this one at all. This was never used the only shade I swatched was Champagne Pop. In this Face Palette you get 3 blushes & 2 highlighters. (Rose Spritz, Amaretto, Pamplemousse, Champagne pop & Prosecco Pop) This was limited edition & is no longer available. Ive seen these being sold for…