Do you know how to make a difference between a counterfeit prosecco and an authentic one?
Discover below how to spot a fake prosecco in just a few moments!
If you are lovers of prosecco and the news will leave you a bitter taste in your mouth, check if is not actually the bottle of wine!
For those who do not know much about this type of wine, let’s start with some basic things; Prosecco is an Italian white wine.
Due to the growing market demand in recent years, countless counterfeit products began to appear. In order to go unnoticed, they have names and labels very similar to the original products produced in northern Italy.
Now, in order to discover the fake from the real, check our few steps !
Check the label
-> This is one of the best and also fast way to discover if the prosecco you want to buy is the right one or not.
> Even if all look the same, take a closer look at where it was produced.
-> The original prosecco is made in North of Italy and the bottles of Italian wine are labelled with DOC and DOCG .
-> DOC stands for “Denominazione di Origine Controllata” (Denomination of Controlled Origin) and DOCG stands for “Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita” (Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin).
Use an app
Depending on the phone model you own, you can check your app provider and search for some. Now on the market you can find different apps but as a trusted one we would suggest Vivino.
Here the community can help you identify if the wine you want to purchase is from a trusted source or not.
Also you can discover many other things and learn some tips and tricks about wines.
If you own a device with internet connection, a pretty easy way is to search the manufacturer online.
Another easy way to find answers to your questions is to look for reviews online and discover what other people have been saying about the wine you would like to buy.