Interesting from the start, where crushed vitamin, orange pulp and some warm dust make for an atypical but solid bouquet. As always, the palate is forward and fresh, with nectarine and citrus pith. Solid on the back end, with a bit of lemony heft.Add winemaker's notes
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Interesting from the start, where crushed vitamin, orange pulp and some warm dust make for an atypical but solid bouquet. As always, the palate is forward and fresh, with nectarine and citrus pith. Solid on the back end, with a bit of lemony heft.
Pale straw-green color with a persistent frothy mousse. Explosively fruit nose of white peach, ripe pear and green apples. Wonderfully creamy in the mouth - the hallmark of this wine - with plenty of ripe citrus and mineral flavors that saturate the taste buds. Bright acids keep it lithe and suave on the long finish. For my money, Italy's best brut prosecco bottling, and one that will make you an instant hit with your guests at any summertime party.
Pale straw-yellow with a strong mousse. Bright nose redolent of white peach, white flowers, mint and tequila. Beautifully creamy, with lively acidity keeping the flavors fresh and interesting. (It's this creaminess that separates a good Prosecco from poorer thin and tart efforts.) This style goes much better with food than you might imagine. Usually one of Italy's best Brut Prosecco bottlings.
Crede is a top-notch Prosecco Brut (with 10% Pinot Bianco and 5% Verdisco added to the blend for extra structure and crispness respectively) that offers generous fresh fruit tones followed by almond blossom, macadamia nut and Golden Delicious apple. The mouthfeel is streamlined and crisp with a creamy, frothy finish.
Another choice from Jennines, this slightly sweet prosecco contrasts with the saltiness of the fins, and the wine comes away from the match with a ripe, honeydew flavor. This sparkler makes the anchovies taste light.
A toasty hazelnut scent adds depth to the tangerine and peach notes in this wine. It's rich and broad, a good partner for crispy spring rolls.
Grown on hillsides of clay soil over sandstone, Crede is more earthy than fruity. Its color is slightly pink, its green almond and custard apple flavors rushed by acidity in the end. A savory sparkler to pour with fried clams.