Lemon Sorbetto with lemon sorbet, vodka, and Italian Prosecco or sparkling wine. 2 cups ounces) good-quality lemon sorbet, softened 2 tablespoons vodka cup sparkling wine or Italian Prosecco wine, chilled Zest of one lemon
Prosecco is the most popular name for sparkling wine that originates in Italy. While sparkling wine that is produced in the Champagne region of France is naturally called Champagne, Italian sparkling wine is either referred to as Prosecco or Moscato d'Asti
Champagne Sweetness Levels Too few people think of sparkling wine when it comes to dinner, but you'd be surprised how well it pairs with most foods. Just be sure to match sweet wine with sweet foods, dry wine with savory foods. Here's a helpful visual guide to the increasing sweetness levels in sparkling wines.
To let the freshest fruits and vegetables star in your dishes, be flexible about the ingredients; kernels cut from just-picked corn will add a crisp, sweet note to this casserole. Recipe: Chicken with Fresh Peas and Sparkling Wine