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One to have on hand for any occassion. Fresh and fun. I drink it in a Mimosa for brunch get-togethers. Read more
Sweet and light, this Prosecco has no vintage, but is light on the bubbles and leaves a smooth aftertaste. Affordable and delicious. Flavour of a... Read more
Light and sweet. Not overly sweet for a prosecco. Great find and a great price. Smooth bubbles and a great solid pineapple and Mellon. Read more
Food Pairings for La Marca Prosecco
One to have on hand for any occassion. Fresh and fun. I drink it in a Mimosa for brunch get-togethers.
Sweet and light, this Prosecco has no vintage, but is light on the bubbles and leaves a smooth aftertaste. Affordable and delicious. Flavour of apple, peach, and honeysuckle.
Light and sweet. Not overly sweet for a prosecco. Great find and a great price. Smooth bubbles and a great solid pineapple and Mellon.
Impressive find. Uncle Michael fave
Excellent Prosecco, good for just drinking or for a morning mix.
it was ok, let's not start planning a parade over it. I can see with some more effort, there could be something here....use it for.......a sunday brunch.
Not bad when mixed.
External Reviews for La Marca Prosecco
Scents of dried grasses and sweet apples carry through this Prosecco. It lasts on nutty flavors, pleasantly balanced for sipping on the beach.
Here's a fresh and fun Prosecco with a pale straw color and well integrated aromas of chopped grass, wild flowers and peach. The wine is tonic and sharp in the mouth thanks to its persistent perlage.
Widely available, this easy Prosecco offers fresh aromas of citrus, stone fruit and honey. Itrsquo;s elegantly packaged with a light blue label that would look gorgeous at a lunchtime table set by the pool.
Fresh citrus with hints of honey and white flowers on the nose; soft, light and delicate; delicious.
A delicate well-balanced Prosecco showing a good blend of baked apple sour lemon and grapefruit with a lightly creamy mineral texture on the palate. Medium froth with some body and a pleasant lemon and mineral finish. Drink now. Score: 90. Jo Cooke 2007 Wine Spectator.
Produced solely from Prosecco grapes, the wine is a bright pale yellow, with straw notes in the glass, with a tight bead; the nose and palate both enjoy a wide range of citrus and tree fruit, with a toasty undertone to complement the fruit; the acidity shows in the finish, along with good weight making this a food wine with great flexibility.
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