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Santa Margherita Prosecco Frizzante" D.O.C 2011
Citrussy and briochy on the nose with notes of apricot filled powdered doughnuts. This has a slightly buttery edge on the palate to the clean pear and peach toned fruits that are a touch sweet, yet regain a bit of snap on the finish. 86ptsAdd winemaker's notes
Editorial Reviews for Santa Margherita Prosecco Frizzante" D.O.C
Citrussy and briochy on the nose with notes of apricot filled powdered doughnuts. This has a slightly buttery edge on the palate to the clean pear and peach toned fruits that are a touch sweet, yet regain a bit of snap on the finish. 86pts
Tropical fruit nose, a bit of melon and orange flavor. Autolytic finish.
NV Prosecco. Nice brioche, vanilla and melba toast nose with good, consistent and rapid effervescence. Slight tropical fruit on the palate with a hint of almond bitterness and just a touch of sweetness. A very nice, relaxing sparkler to accompany the Stanley Cup semi-finals - if beer is to be avoided.
Bright and crsip prosecco, not bitter or acidic.
Very pale color. Crisp, flavorful, and very yeasty. A generous hint of sweetness. Quaffer, and not overly complex, but very pleasant. $30
Love it, received some good ratings from the wine magazines too. I had never tried Prosecco, but knew Santa Margherita. It is very easy to drink and great for parties!
Pears dominate on the nose. There's a little linolium on the tongue, but the fruit and acidity are at the forefront. Nice finish
The small beads in this Prosecco are unlike other proseccos- more expensive than most, but delicious!!
External Reviews for Santa Margherita Prosecco Frizzante" D.O.C
Straw yellow in color. Aromas characterized by a fine fruity fragrance and an elegant long-lived perlage. It is pleasantly dry with a well-balanced acidity, which makes the wine fresh and lively.
91 Points - Wine and Spirits Sparkling wine with a clean nose, pleasantly fruity, with whiffs of rennet apples and peach blossoms. Delicate, balanced taste.
Santa Margherita has taken great strides to break into different wines other than its flagship Pinot Grigio. This Extra Dry Prosecco Superiore shows quality and personality with slightly sweet touches of grapefruit and peach spread throughout.
Santa Margherita of Pinot Grigio fame brings us this tight expression of Prosecco with easy aromas of peach and citrus and a playful touch of sweetness on the close. This is a perfect wine to drink with friends on a lazy summer afternoon.
Here’s a Prosecco with a surprisingly rich, toasted quality that translates into roasted almond, walnut and yellow fruit flavors. The toasted notes add unexpected complexity to a dry, crisp apéritif wine.
There’s a smoky undercurrent to this Prosecco, and crunchy acidity shapes the green pear, lemon zest and spring blossom notes on the frothy mousse. The finish features a light, toasty hint. Drink now.
Frothy bubbles and a luminous color set the stage for this lively Prosecco redolent of peachy cream and white mineral. The carbonation is pungent and direct and underlines the wine’s fruity flavors and bright acidity. Santa Margherita is one of only two producers permitted to bottle DOC Prosecco despite the fact they are located outside the DOC zone.
Food Pairings for Santa Margherita Prosecco Frizzante" D.O.C
The wine’s bright color and inviting, faintly citrus-like fragrance give a suggestion of the attractive freshness and fruitiness that one finds on the palate. Its delicate, fine mousse helps to stimulate the taste buds and contributes to its ability to accompany even quite complex dishes.
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