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La Marca's Prosecco has become a serious crowd pleaser

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If you are a fan of Prosecco, you probably already are familiar with the label La Marca. And if you have not tried La Marca, now is the time to do so!

La Marca is the number one Prosecco producer of these fabulous sparkling wines from Treviso, Italy. And Treviso and the surrounding areas are the leaders in the production of these Italian wines.

With the cool and pleasing taste of La Marca, it is no large surprise that Prosecco has become the leader in sparkling wines in the United States. In terms of growth, La Marca has expanded its US market dramatically over the past three years, and in 2013 showed a 13% growth.

The juices for La Marca comes from a cooperative established over 40 years ago in the region known as La Marca Trevigiana. With over 5000 vineyards in the cooperative, La Marca is able to select from among the finest grapes available to produce a consistently pleasant Prosecco. .

Certainly La Marca has had world-wide recognition, including a past award from Wine Spectator as one of the world’s 100 Top Wines.

La Marca’s consulting Winemaker is Fabrizio Gatto. Gatto’s background includes schooling at Italy’s renowned Scuola Enologia de Conegliano. In addition to his formal schooling, Gatto also worked at R Phillips and Martin Brothers Wineries. In addition to La Marca, Gatto is also Winemaker for Ecco Domani.

La Marca’s Prosecco is known for its light crispness and gentle effervescence. La Marca Prosecco is easy to drink any time of the day as well as an accompaniment for almost all meals and dishes.

Many confirmed Champagne drinkers, after trying La Marca Prosecco, have made it a permanent move. It may be that you too will make the switch to this light and sparkling pleaser.

Have a winederful day!



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