• 22-23 July 2016
  • Wrocław, Between Bridges


Prosecco has been created to refresh, to delight and it is fit for everyday casual consumption. The Charmat method (patented in 1895 in Piedmont), which has been used to produce this wine, allows for producing ready-to-drink Prosecco within just 3 weeks in the amount of 100,000 litres.

The grape variety from which the wine is made is called Glera; in the past, this variety was simply called Prosecco. The character of Prosecco wines is more fruity; on account of its lightness, Prosecco matches fresh salads and often, due to a slight content of sugar, is an excellently accompaniment for desserts made of seasonal summer fruits.