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Are they having a bubble? Italy moves to block Croatia as Prosecco row fizzes over

Sky News Wednesday, 15 September 2021
Are they having a bubble? Italy moves to block Croatia as Prosecco row fizzes overItaly has said it will protest to the European Commission as Croatia tries to get EU-protected label status for a sweet white wine which has a similar name to "Prosecco".
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News video: Prosecco v Prošek: origin protection move 'sparkles' tension between Italy and Croatia

Prosecco v Prošek: origin protection move 'sparkles' tension between Italy and Croatia 00:25

Italy, the homeland of Prosecco, is not happy with Croatia's attempt to get EU recognition for the Dalmatian wine, 'Prošek'.

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