noun pro·sec·co \prō-ˈse-kō\
plural pro·sec·cos

Definition of PROSECCO

:  a dry Italian sparkling wine

Origin of PROSECCO

Italian, a grape variety, probably from Prosecco (Prosek), town near Trieste
First Known Use: 1881


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