Sparkling wines are wines made as a conventional still wine, but is then artificially carbonated to create a fizzy mouthfeel.
Prosecco is traditionally produced in Veneto, Italy. The production process is similar to sparkling wines.
MCC (Méthode Cap Classique) is a South African term indicating that the wine is made in the traditional method (the same way Champagne is made), by which a secondary fermentation takes place inside the bottle. By law, only France is allowed to use the term ‘Champagne’.

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