Ferrari Perle Trento Brut NV
Editorial Reviews for Ferrari Perle Trento Brut
Quite yeasty on the nose with some lovely, pithy citrus fruit notes that recall lime oil. Very fine mousse in the mouth with a touch of sweetness early on then more acid driven flavors of tart apples doused with lemon juice over a nice base of evolved, leery character. Finishes stingily with a return of a sweet edge and nice lifted inner mouth notes of flowers and brioche over a base of orchard fruits. Easy to enjoy and fairly complex and elegant at this price. 89pts
External Reviews for Ferrari Perle Trento Brut
Nice aromas of dough, strawberry and cedar. Very fruity, with a full body, a medium velvety texture and a simple finish. Drink now.
A Proprietary Blend wine from Trentino Alto Adige in Italy. N.V. Ferrari Brut Ferrari Sparkling 750ml
The NV Brut Metodo Classico is a beautifully balanced, crisp sparkling wine with excellent definition in its white peaches, apricots, smoke and flowers. Medium in body, Brut Metodo Classico offers excellent balance in a mid-weight style. This is one ... Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. A Proprietary Blend wine from Trentino Alto Adige in Italy. N.V. Ferrari Brut Ferrari Sparkling 750ml
Top 100 Wines of 2006/ A tightly packed, mineral-driven sparkler with aromas of bread, white stone, almond, pear, banana and cracked white pepper. The mouth is rendered lively and fresh thanks to fruit and toast accents; a taunt, yet expressive whole.
Brut NV - 92 Points, JamesSuckling.com/ Attractive aromas and flavors of lime, lemon and cooked apple. Hints of cream too. Full to medium body, bright acidity and a fresh finish. Always an outstanding Italian sparkling wine. Disgorged in 2014. Drink now.
The Loire Valley has often been called the “garden of France.” This pastoral landscape, with its gently rolling hills and majestic châteaux, is the largest sparkling wine region in France, outside of Champagne. One of the best known names in fine Loire Valley sparkling wines is Marquis de la Tour from Maison Ackerman. Maison Ackerman, which has been identified with premium quality Loire Valley sparkling wines since 1811, is the Loire Valley’s single largest wine producer. Ackerman today has a fully fledged sustainable development approach based on maintaining the right balance between the social, economic and environmental aspects of wine production. At Ackerman, this means respecting terroirs, holding onto their personal values and pursuing a viable economic approach. Named for a 16th century tower (tour) which still exists today, “Marquis de la Tour” reflects a long heritage of sparkling wine production. It has been a welcome guest and the toast of the party at social gatherings and family celebrations, both formal and casual. Its handsome packaging projects a timeless, classic elegance and is a charming and affordably priced sparkling wine. Production Area Loire Valley, France Grape Varieties Ugni Blanc , Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay Vinification This sparkling wine is made from 100% Loire grapes. Because of its northern location, the grapes maintain an excellent acidity. Consistency and quality are carefully monitored to create very fine bubbles. The dosage has been perfected to make a clean, fruity but dry sparkling wine of extraordinary quality at a very attractive price. Color Pale gold with fine bubbles Bouquet Delicate floral aromas coupled with citrus and melon Taste Crisp, clean and light with fine bubbles, ripe melon and green apple flavors Alcohol 11% Serving Suggestions Served chilled. This sparkling wine can accompany an entire meal or be served as an aperitif.
This bright sparkler delivers the sophisticated flavors of fresh citrus and ripe apricot that one should expect in a metodo classico sparkler from Italy. Background notes of honey and baked bread give it dimension and texture.