We searched high and low for an outstanding Prosecco, and this is the pick of the bunch, and with its low 11% alcohol, more fizz than the Frizzante and a champagne style cork - this is the perfect aperitif or party fizz and in a magnum it is even more impressive! It has recently won a SILVER MEDAL and 87.7 points at the AWC Vienna International Wine Challenge 2013.
This wonderfully pretty Prosecco is so beautifully balanced and fresh, with flavours of ripe apple and a very subtle grapiness leading to a really crystal clean finish.
Focaccia, Fish & Shellfish & Charcuterie
Wine Type Sparkling Wine
Style Soft & Fruity Wines
Grower Name Enrico Bedin
Grape Variety Glera (Prosecco)
Closure Natural Cork
Bottle Size 150cl
This family owned winery started producing quality wines with passion and dedication passed down from father to son for many generations. Nestled at the foot of the hills that surround the medieval town of Asolo, also known as the "Colli Asolani"- a territory that is a unique combination of natural beauty, historic and artistic heritage and excellent food and… Read MoreView More Wines By Enrico Bedin
The Veneto is an extremely important region in the north-east of Italy, stretching from the west at the shores of Lake Garda as far north as the Alps, the Austrian border and the Venetian hinterland. It is Italy's largest wine-producing region. DOC wines represent well over a quarter of total production and include such well-known names as Valpolicella, Soave, Bardolino… Read MoreView More Wines From Veneto
Glera is the name by which the grape Prosecco is now officially known. This changed in 2009 when Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene was promoted to full DOCG status (the highest level of Italian wine quality). It has grown for hundreds of years in Veneto and Fruili regions in Italy.A white grape variety most commonly known as a sparkling wine known as Prosecco di Conegliano… Read MoreView More Wines With Glera (Prosecco) Grapes