Editorial Reviews for Zardetto Prosecco Brut
Sweet and fruity on the nose with pineapple, citrus and papaya tones. Relatively simple in the mouth with pear fruit and some tropical accents. A bit short with pear and a hint of mineral on the finish. Workman-like. 83pts
Fresh and fruity strawberry flavors. Clean and bright, good acidity, a hint of cherry on the finish.
[p CSJ chard; HS] crisp, clean citrus flavors. Should always have a bottle available.
Great for the price!
Very good economicaly prosecco. We really enjoy it as a change of pace from non-sparkling whites. Also makes great bellinis.
A little on the sweet side
Four and a half glasses
External Reviews for Zardetto Prosecco Brut
Here's a value worth celebrating: A thick, full-bodied sparkler with a bountiful honeydew character, light bead and fresh finish. Drink now.
Tiny bubbles lift the light, lemon impression of this wine; it lasts with a toasty, leesy flavor that's more oxidative in tone. An austere sparkler.
Bright straw-yellow in color with an elegant and finely textured perlage, Zeta offers layered aromas of orange blossom, lemongrass, peach and tropical fruits.
The NV Brut Cuvee Private is a new entry-level wine from Zardetto that blends Chardonnay and Muscat with the Prosecco grape. It is an easygoing, floral wine with pretty notes of white peaches and good balance.
Zardetto Private Cuvee Prosecco Its awfully hard to find a better value in bubbly than the crisp sparking wines of Italy’s Veneto, most notably Prosecco, a wine that has seen its popularity explode in recent years. Zardetto is among the most consistent producers of the region. The NV Brut Cuvee Private is a new entry-level wine from Zardetto that blends Chardonnay and Muscat with the Prosecco grape. It is an easygoing, floral wine with pretty notes of white peaches and good balance.
Crystal clear with a white froth and a fine perlage, offers fresh, fragrant aromas of peach, citrus and tropical fruits.
Conegliano, ItalyMade from Glera grapes sourced from various vineyards in the hilly part of DOC region, northeastof Conegliano. The first fermentation takes place after a brief maceration, which enhances thetypical citrus and tropical aromas of the Glera grapes. These intense, fruity aromas are preservedthrough the second fermentation, which takes place in large temperature controlled stainless steelcontainers.Lemon-yellow in color with elegant, refined bubbles that form a hearty white froth. Aromas of whiteflowers, apricot and herbs create a delicately soft bouquet. The palate is comprised of citrus,orange blossoms and stone fruits. Fresh citrus and floral notes linger on the finish. It's an idealapertif and the perfect choice for celebrations large and small. Not to mention, an excellent partnerin sparkling cocktails.Zesty and stylish, Zardetto Prosecco is the quintessential sparkling aperitif, and can beserved alongside a wide array of foods.