- n. Alternative form of Prosecco.
“Without being shouted down by the PC waving their box wine and bargain prosecco around that is?”
“Pundits are calling prosecco the "new pinot grigio," a reference to the still white wine that similarly began to light up cash registers roughly a decade ago.”
“Okay, it’s prosecco, which is not technically champagne, but close enough.”
“To drink, serve a sparkling wine such as prosecco or”
“In addition, tastes have changed; people would now rather drink a prosecco or rosé wine, whereas they would previously order a beer," he says.”
“Or for a cheap date, there's a free outdoor screening of It Happened One Night, outside the National Theatre; snuggle under a blanket and pop inside for pink prosecco and Turkish delight.”
“The Washington Ballet's Jete Society is throwing a happy hour at chocolate lounge and restaurant Co Co. Sala, which sounds like a perfectly cozy destination for a cold winter night: three types of house-made chocolates and a glass of prosecco for $9; glasses of wine for $6 each; rich and sweet house martinis for $9.”
“Or do you prefer Italian prosecco, since they supported the “War on Terror”?”
“That alone could have made the party worth every tall glass of prosecco and the spread of crème brulee, miniature macaroons and chocolate-dipped strawberries.”
“I started things off with the obligatory Petersham Prosecco Rosé cocktail which is prosecco infused with rose syrup and crystallized rose petals in the bottom of the glass which slowly dissolve into the drink.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘prosecco’.
these came into effect from 2011
Just some words I happen to enjoy. Some thread-worn, some not.
As much fun to say as they are to eat.
worth pouring over
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