Champagne on the other hand normally takes an average of one year to produce. But for very good vintage champagne it can take up to three plus years.
Prosecco is for every day drinking. It compliments a wide range of food from appetizers to fish and even some meat dishes. It is common in Italy to have prosecco with antipasto. Prosecco is moderate in alcohol usually around 11%, which is lighter than many white wines.
Alternatively champagne is usually consumed on Special Occassions. This is because good champagne is typically costly and cheap champagne gives you a terrible hangover!!
Now there you have it the basic differences between Prosecco and Champagne, this post is by no means all inclusive or definitive. The best way to differentiate between the two is yo try them a decide which you like best. Below is one champagne and one prosecco both, of which, are stunning examples of their kind. Try them and see what you think, especially as there is 20% of them both at the moment.
LOUIS ROERDER BRUT CHAMPAGNE (France) Regular Price € 53.95 SLASHED TO €43.16 ( Save 20% )
MIONETTO SERGIO (Italy) Regular Price € 19.95 SLASHED TO €15.96 ( Save 20% )