Definition of Prosecco in English:

Prosecco

Syllabification: Pro·sec·co
Pronunciation: /prōˈsekō
 
/

noun

( trademark in the UK)
A sparkling white wine from the Veneto region of NE Italy.
More example sentences
  • Four months after the factory takes your order, you can be sipping Prosecco in an herb garden off your kitchen.
  • And for white I always have Prosecco in the fridge.
  • The quality varies wildly and can range from frizzante (lightly sparkling) Prosecco from the tap to more refined bottled versions.

Origin

Italian, probably from Prosecco, a town near Trieste.

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