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British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
History of the grape: References to a lightly sparkling wine in the Veneto date back to the 1100s, but it was much sw...
Cagnina, Canina, Crabb's Black Burgandy, Dolcedo, Drobni Rifoshk, Grosse Syrah, Mercouri,Refasco, Refosca, Refoschino...
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As we start gearing up for the holidays and need a bottle or two of sparkling ... two towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, encompassing 15 municipalities. Naturally enough, the two towns were recognized in the name of the new designation, "Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG". All other Prosecco in the wider region of 556 munici... Read More
Very full and pronounced sweet notes of white peach and melon. In the mouth there's a fair bit of sweetness to this leading to a full feeling on the palate and a finish of light yeast, butter and cream. Fruit is soft and elegant, mostly fresh melon, peach and apricot. Read More
This is a great pre-dinner summer sparkler. Lots of citrus and strawberry on the nose with intense starfuit on the mouth...this is a great young wine that should be popped immediately. Read More
drink this on a record heat day. crisp, refreshing and 11% alcohol! Read More
Up there with the best of valdo prosecco's. Well renowned co op ruugeri produce in the top 5 best prosecco's in the world and cartizze is their best. A well balanced dry sparkling accompanying an aperitif or even desert. Excellent value for money Read More
This sparking golden color wine with small bubbles comes from Italy. It offers a taste of lime, honeydew, peach and citrus. It gives you an intense first taste and ends with slight sweetness. Read More
I like the approachable, fun nature of Prosecco; it also allows everyman to participate in wine. This entry is very typical of Venice cafes - perhaps slightly drier and headier; there is the vanilla and buttered toast on the nose and palate with a smooth, slightly ice-cream-sweet effect going down. Lots of fun and recommended. Read More
When I came back from Italy, My husband and I searched and searched for this incredible Prosecco. All I could ever find on the net were sites to buy it in... Yup Italy! I recently did a search and found it at a store that came up called Thriftway in Seattle and than the store that is listed here. I heard that it has not been imported to USA yet.... Read More
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