This sparkler’s aromatic nose provides floral scents and a touch of anise. The rich, creamy mouthfeel ends slightly sweet, making this an enjoyable beverage with a unique style. Has enough depth to match with oysters or lobster.
Delicately sweet and redolent of honey, acacia and exotic fruit, this would go down easily in casual settings or during the holidays. It has a creamy mouthfeel with peach and pear flavors.
This vintage-dated Prosecco is arguably one of the best this estate has ever produced. There’s a sultry hint of sophistication here, with toasted almond, yellow rose and exotic fruit. Rive di San Pietro di Barbozza is one of the new vineyard crus recognized in the Prosecco region.
Mionetto shows its best side with this luminous sparkler from the celebrated Cartizze Cru. Delicate, elegant and feminine, this shows an embroidery of stone fruit, white flower and citrus aromas. Very nice.
Fragrantly sweet, with lush, candied aromas of lime lollipops and jelly doughnuts. The palate holds onto that sweetness as it offers ripe apple, pear and pink grapefruit. Nice texture, maybe a bit sticky, but likable. This one is hard to knock.
A bigger toastier style, but the floral and citrus aromas aren’t masked by the toast, creating a pleasant balance that finishes dry and clean. Drink by itself or as a base for your Bellini or mimosa.
The most noticeable aroma is marzipan, which also comes though beautifully in the mouth. You’ll also get pine nut, peach, melon and yellow rose. This Prosecco is broader and softer than most, although its crispness remains intact.