Sorelle Bronca Prosecco Extra DryGlera from Italy
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"This is a much more full, more Champagne-like Prosecco. This exhibits notes of wet stone, apple core, peach and just a kiss of white cranberry. Long on the finish, with a rich...
- 89 Robert Parker - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
89 Robert Parker - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The non-vintage Prosecco del Valdobiaddene Extra Dry is a featherweight Prosecco displaying light, crisp, grapefruit and citrus notes, pure flavors, good acidity and a zesty, but not overly aggressive effervescence. Enjoy it over the next year."
"Prosecco has become the go-to value sparkling wine for shrewd consumers. Along with the dramatically improved Cavas from northeast Spain, Prosecco has seen a significant increase in sales. There is little reason not to like them as they are light-bodied and crisp, although not as complex or profound as a great Champagne. Restaurants should take note as they are ideal for consumers who might want a glass or two of a good sparkler before settling on something more substantial. Both of these offerings are fashioned from the Glera grape found in the appellation of Valdobiaddene." (06/14)
"This is a much more full, more Champagne-like Prosecco. This exhibits notes of wet stone, apple core, peach and just a kiss of white cranberry. Long on the finish, with a rich,robust mouthfeel and a high CO2 count. This is for those looking for that extra something in a Prosecco."
89 - Robert Parker - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
|Features||Organic, Biodynamic, and Sparkling|
|Taste||apple, pear, white peach and apricot|
|Nose||apple, pear, white peach and apricot|