Why Record Prosecco Supply Won't Make Your Wine Cheaper

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  • Perfect summer weather, more acres in Italy boost output 56%
  • Price drop unlikely as surging demand guzzles growing output

Italy just produced the biggest grape crop ever for Prosecco, a sparkling wine that set sales records in recent years. Prices aren’t likely to drop anytime soon, because vintners are stockpiling the surplus.

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