Appereance: Light straw yellow colour with greenish hints.
Perlage: Fine and persistent.
Bouquet: Characteristic, aromatic, rich of flowers and fruits scents.
Flavour: Fresh, persistent, fruit... Read More
MARTINI® Prosecco is crisp, with a gentle fizz. It brings an elegant style to a weekend brunch and barbecue - or it can be enjoyed as a refreshing evening aperitif. It is extra-dry and made fr... Read More
Borgo Magredo Prosecco Spumante: Prosecco Spumante - unwiderstehlich fruchtig weich - ist sicher das beliebteste Getränk Norditaliens. Im Glas leicht strohgelb und nach Wildäpfeln und Blumen d... Read More
Pale straw with greenish undertones; fruity aroma with citrus green apple and acacia flowers. A pleasant acidity freshness and full-bodied flavor make this a perfect wine to drink as an aperit... Read More
Straw yellow in colour, it has an intensely fruity and fresh bouquet, particularly reminiscent of spear wood flowers and wisteria, wild apple and mountain honey. The perlage is fine and persis... Read More
A straw-colored wine with brilliant reflections. The aroma is fruity, reminiscent of pear and citrus with a slightly floral bouquet. The wine is fresh and crisp with apparent apple and peach f... Read More
Fine Mousse and fruity bouquet of white flowers and a refreshing flavour.Cantina Sacchetto was founded in 1920 in Italy, and today is run by Filiberto Sacchetto, his son Paolo and daughter Bea... Read More
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 o... Read More
Straw-yellow sparkling wine whith a typical vinous scent, a light perfume and a pleasantly bitter taste, not full bodied. Produced in the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene with the Charmat... Read More
Lunetta -- Little Moon -- Prosecco is produced in northern Italy's Trentino region by Cavit, winemakers of America's Number One Pinot Grigio and Number One Pinot Noir, at their spectacular sta... Read More