Prosecco Sel.Banda Rossa White NV
Classical and gently sweet. "Banda Rossa" because Giuliano Bortolomiol would use a red mark to distinguish special selection bottles, those for his dearest friends. This dry style prosecco is full of style! Its tiny bubbles break open with scents of freshly baked bread, leading to a creamy palate full of crisp apples and pears with a finish that is both dry and refreshing. A great alternative to any brut Champagne or Sparkling Wine. Try as a spritzer with fruit wine or by itself making every day a celebration! For fun – enjoy this with Sushi!
This is an excellent sparkler. Quite drinkable, in fact I'd call it a guzzler. The key word is light -- light bubbles light fruits and light aromas come together with a light price tag. I'd say "Where's my orange juice?" but it isn't Saturday morning, I'm not hungover, and it's just fine by itself.
One of the best values in Prosecco.
3 overall, but 4 in terms of price - if you find champagne too acidic and brut(al) this is a great alternative. Sweet fruits and lower acidity make this a more approachable choice.
A pleasantly fruity prosecco, pleasant taste of Gala apples, nicely sweet and well-balanced. I can't top Mark's review, so let's leave it at that :) ~K
Four and a half glasses
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