/ Very tangy nose with aromas of ripe apple and peach. Delicate palate, good freshness with biscuity flavors. With its low acidity and alcohol, th... Read more
Lunetta, (“Little Moon” in Italian) celebrates life’s small pleasures. Lunetta Prosecco is produced by Cavit, internationally recognized as norther... Read more
All That Sparkles/ Made by the giant Cavit firm, this remarkably clean, crisp and very dry model is about as elegant and elevating as prosecco get... Read more
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/ Very tangy nose with aromas of ripe apple and peach. Delicate palate, good freshness with biscuity flavors. With its low acidity and alcohol, this prosecco would work perfectly as an aperitif.
Lunetta, (“Little Moon” in Italian) celebrates life’s small pleasures. Lunetta Prosecco is produced by Cavit, internationally recognized as northern Italy’s largest and most reliable source of quality varietal wines, at Cavit’s state-of-the-art sparkling wine facility just outside the regional capital of Trento. It is the largest facility in Italy dedicated exclusively to producing world-class sparkling wines. Production Area Veneto, Italy Grape Varieties 100% Prosecco Vinification Grapes handpicked and vinified using the Italian Charmat method, with temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel and secondary fermentation in sealed tanks for 30 days. The wine is then promptly bottled and released. Color Pale straw with greenish reflections, fine bubbles and a creamy white foam Bouquet Fragrant, with enticing aromas of apple and peach Taste Refreshing, dry and harmonious, with crisp fruit flavors and a clean finish Alcohol 11.5% Serving Suggestions Delightful as an aperitif or enjoyed with antipasti, hors d'oeuvres, sushi, shellfish and seafood.
All That Sparkles/ Made by the giant Cavit firm, this remarkably clean, crisp and very dry model is about as elegant and elevating as prosecco gets. It's very minerally and stony, almost austere, but without betraying the delightful qualities - in this case wrapped around peach, lemon-lime and lime peel scents and flavors without which it wouldn't be prosecco
The Spirited Glass/ Our first oyster, a Conway from just off Prince Edward Island on Canada's Atlantic coast, was a bold, briny little beast with a slightly wild flavor. We washed it down with a glass of Lunetta Prosecco. The sweet sparkler seemed to embrace the oyster's aftertaste on our palate, carrying it away with our first swallow.
Prosecco - WineSkinny.com/ Easy to like, with its light, crisp apple and peach aromas and flavors. Worked on its own, but also in a POM bellini!
Sante Selections/ Yeasty with a strong hint of washed-rind cheese, some dried fruit, and a balanced acidity. Medium to full bodied with nice length on the palate. Good with an entire meal, roasted chicken, or baked fish.
/ This sparkler provides all the fresh fruit flavors you'd expect...with notes of peach, honeydew, kiwi,and white peppercorn.
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