Voga is an Italian wine brand in the under $10 range with unique bottle shapes reminiscent of perfume bottles. The still wines, a Pinot Grigio, Merlot, “Rosa,” and Quattro red blend, are available in cylindrical bottles with a sleek, dark cap. The sparkling wine, a 100% Pinot Grigio, has a more triangular shape, with a clear cap exposing the cork.
This wine shows tiny bubbles that are mousse-like in the mouth. Ultra light with fresh and bright flavors that would be great with a light fish or seafood and also as an aperitif. Real crowd-pleaser at a recent dinner party with novice wine drinkers. Neat packaging is certain to be a conversation-starter. Priced right at around $12.
I usually don`t drink white wine but this one really impressed me. Tried it for the first time in Amsterdam in a hotel called CitizenM and just loved it! The bottle is very trendy and modern and the wine has a nice colour and delicious taste. Perfect for a night out.
Three and a half glasses
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A light golden color and fine perlage give way to aromas of white blossoms and ripe fruit. It is very smooth in the mouth with yummy, yeasty flavors and a citrusy finish. - WineryVarietal = 100 % Pinot GrigioArea of production = Trentino/ VenetoAlcohol Content = 12%Vinification = Long CharmatMethod (7 Months)
A light golden color and fine perlage give way to aromas of white blossoms and ripe fruit. It is very smooth in the mouth with yummy, yeasty flavors and a citrusy finish. - Winery Varietal = 100 % Pinot Grigio Area of production = Trentino/ Veneto Alcohol Content = 12% Vinification = Long Charmat Method (7 Months)
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