Despite the blue bottle, this is right on the money as extra dry (i.e. sweet) Prosecco goes. The nose features gardenia, citrus and mineral, while the melon and apple flavors are A1. A hint of green herb and scallion on the finish adds depth and complexity.
This Dry style Prosecco offers a veritable explosion of aromas and flavors. There are highly distinctive notes of creamy peach, apple, pear and white flower and the playfully sweet tones in the mouth make this sparkler uniquely enjoyable.
Clean, fresh and full of apple on both the nose and palate. Citrus and other tangy fruits work nicely on what is a rather full-bodied and chunky palate. Round on the finish, with a bit of citrus peel that offers offsetting dryness. Imported by USA Wine Imports.
This is a distinctive Prosecco (from the 2007 vintage) with aromas of chopped white pepper, minerals, mature lemon, stone fruit and honey. The wine showcases a sweet-versus-sour theme and ends with lively acidity. The blend sees 15% Verdiso, Perera and Bianchetta for more density and thickness.
Here’s a vintage Extra Dry Prosecco with a tonic, firm feel in the mouth and pretty aromas of honeysuckle, jasmine, lemon blossom and peach. The bubbling is foamy and smooth and there’s just the right level of acidity on the close.
This sparkler achieves great balance between sweet fruit and lively effervescence, creating a creamy, frothy ensemble with overtones of peach and apricot. In the mouth, those fresh fruit nuances last long, thanks to the wine’s crisp effervescence.
This opens with a soft, creamy texture and ripe aromas of spring flower, stone fruit and lemon blossom. There’s a touch of sweetness on the close that would pair with light cocktail snacks.