|Premier Wine & Spirits (Fairfield)||USD 9.99 $9.99 750ml|
|Premier Wine & Spirits||USD 9.99 $9.99 750ml|
Prima Perla Prosecco Sparkling Red NV
Pisco Portón is an unapologetically flavorful spirit that brings dimension and character back to the drinking experience. Taken neat, it is complex and layered. When mixed, Pisco Portón creates a whole new category of cocktails, more flavorful than vodka and more subtle than tequila. Pisco Portón is the new spirit that is actually new, with aromas and flavors sure to incite and intrigue as it opens a whole new world of cocktail possibilities. Pisco Portón is handcrafted using centuries-old distilling methods in combination with new technology to create a mosto verde pisco made from a blend of grapes that is of superior quality and true to Peruvian tradition. To preserve the full character of the grapes, Pisco Portón uses the mosto verde method of distilling from a partially fermented grape juice known as must. Our pisco is never adulterated with water or artificial flavors. What is in the glass is pure and natural.
Very good. Light, simple, crisp, green appley. Would add a bit of flavored vodka to kick it up, good wine for adding some liquor to for a cocktail.
Really, really good for a sparkling wine at a very good price. Hope Spec's has it.
Totally lackluster. I don't expect the best at this price point, but everything else at this price has been much much better.
Three and a half glasses
Food Pairings for Prima Perla Prosecco Sparkling Red
This bubbly, light-bodied sparkling wine is creamy with accents of pear, peach and melon. This Prosecco goes well with lighter fare, such as appetizers, fish, poultry and salads.
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