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April 17, 2013

Prosecco is trendy and affordable

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Prosecco’s trendiest use is as an aperitif, poured in a tall flute so the drinker can watch its bubbles rise, handed to guests as they enter the room, irrespective of what will be poured with dinner.

Some, of course, drink it through the meal, with light fare such as raw oysters, shellfish, sushi, tuna tartare, simply prepared fish dishes such as the Shrimp Scampi of Venice.

So, parents, if your progeny graduate from college and move back into their old bedrooms in your home, you now know how to stock the fridge.

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