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WHERE IS THE TOWN OF PROSECCO LOCATED?
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[STC00626] If you enjoy Italian bubbles, you might want to consider traveling to the country where they are produced. The town of Prosecco is located in the northeastern region of Italy, close to Trieste. It is a part of a region named Conegliano Valdobbiadene, which is known for the production of the bubbly, light beverage. The thin-skinned green grapes that are grown there are able to achieve the ideal flavor thanks to the south-facing slopes, mild climate, and constant breezes from the Mediterranean. In 2009, Italian officials rebranded the grape that is used to manufacture Prosecco as Glera in order to legally protect the term “Prosecco” as a place of origin. Previously, the grapes that are used to make Prosecco were known by both the names Prosecco and Glera. However, winemakers in other parts of the world also use the word, much to the irritation of those in Italy. There are at least 178 different wineries spread across the Conegliano Valdobbiadene region of Italy, which is comprised of 15 different municipalities.