The name Prosecco comes from the fact that the sparkling wine was originally a simple fizzy wine made in Provence in a drysec—style. In the 1300s, the style was brought to northern Italy by monks.

Answer: False.

The name Prosecco comes from the village of Prosecco near Trieste, Italy, where the glera grape and the wine are thought to have originated.

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