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Light, Fizzy, and Easy to Sip

Fine Cooking Issue 65
Photo: Scott Phillips
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If you’ve seen us rave about Prosecco and Moscato before, you know why we love these Italian sparklers: Both Prosecco and its lightly sweet cousin Moscato are low in alcohol, gently fizzy, easy on the wallet, and delicious. But what also pleases us about the ones Mionetto makes is that they come in half bottles, as well as full ones. Either way, these bubblies are easy to drink, perfect for a picnic—and they’re crown-capped like beer bottles, so it’s all right if you forget the corkscrew.


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