At its regular price, this prosecco is a steal, so when it’s on sale — as it is this month — snap it up. Prosecco, a sparkling wine from northern Italy, is typically brighter in flavor than those made in the Champagne method. Packed with orchard-fresh flavors of green apple and Bosc pear, Lunetta Prosecco (regularly $13.99; $10.99 for December only) is dry enough to be sophisticated, yet not dry enough to require a sit-down meal. It tastes terrific alone as a pre-dinner aperitif, or will shine with party foods, like cheese platters and shrimp cocktail.
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