Lamberti Prosecco Extra Dry Weekly Tasting NV
The winery is named after the family of the same name, who have lived in Lake Garda in Italy’s Veneto for centuries. Their name can be found on the Medlieval tower in Verona’s Piazza delle Erbe. This is one of Italy’s most traditional regions, and this winery is known for creating modern takes on those classic wines. Their wines are made with a focus on innovation, while staying true to their heritage and cultural past.
Editorial Reviews for Lamberti Prosecco Extra Dry Weekly Tasting
Very pretty on the nose with early floral notes that are joined by slightly exotic hints of lychee over a dusty base of pear, raw almond and lime pith fruit. Open and very clear in the mouth with slightly coarse bubbles that don’t detract from the lovely lemon juice and creamy apple flavors. This has a touch of astringency to it that refreshes the palate and nary a hint of sweetness about it. Firm, fairly long, and nervous in the mouth, this is lovely if perhaps a touch subtle. 89pts
External Reviews for Lamberti Prosecco Extra Dry Weekly Tasting
Summary: The fruit is sourced from the best hillside vineyards across Treviso in the Veneto. Grapes are harvested slightly before full maturation to preserve acidity. The base wine is re-fermented in enclosed pressure tanks for the ?prise de mousse,? utilizing the Charmat method for secondary fermentation, a method best suited to enhance the Glera grape?s aromatic qualities. Vinification: Floral aromas with peach and tropical fruit notes mark this delicious Prosecco. Lively and effervescent, the palate is clean and crisp with balanced acidity and a lingering finish. - Winery