You know what I love about this (voluntary) job? I am always learning. The label on this bottle doesn’t yell “prosecco!!!” at you but it does mention the Glera grape. Now I learnt last week after reviewing the Plus & Minus Prosecco that the Glera grape means Prsosecco! So here we go…another Prosecco to review, this one produced in Italy.
Remembering again that Alcoholic Prosecco is typically characterized by a high acidity, with pear and peach, apple and often citrus and almond notes. It has a slightly lower alcohol and sugar content than its Australian and French sparkling counterparts.
This wine is a delight and ticks all the right boxes. You get all of those beautiful fruit flavours and its definitely a little on the sweet side but in a really balanced way. It’s dry and full bodied with little acidic kick. I think it looses a point for mouthfeel, it just disappears quite quickly off the palette. The sugar content is ever so slightly higher than the P&M Prosecco.
At this price I wouldn’t be wasting it on a spritz, just enjoy it as is with some delightful summer seafood or a gorgeous grazing platter. Cin Cin!
Buy Again?: Yes
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Note: This product emulates alcohol and could be triggering so please be careful!
|Cals per 100ml||22 cal|
|Carbs per 100ml||?g|
|Sugar per 100ml||4.6g|
|Country of Origin||Italy|