Prosecco

    Champagne Day, October 24, 2014

    … of the bureau’s goals is to inform the public about this wine region and the importance of terroir in this region. Another goal of the bureau is to protect the word “champagne” in the United States. US wineries are not permitted to have the word “champagne” on bottles of sparkling wine, although some were grandfathered in and still use the word although…

    1 readers - By Wine Trail Traveler

    A Little Bit Of The Bubbly

    … wife Liora and their son Yahav together established Welner Wines to focus on high-quality, value-priced kosher wines from around the world including Chile, Israel, Spain, Italy, France, South Africa, Argentina and Australia. The Deccolio Prosecco ($ 11), found at Whole Foods Markets, has floral, green apple and tangerine aromas that develop…

    1 readers - By Grapelines

    Wine Reviews: Prosecco

    … of what Prosecco can be, the wines are out there. These wines were received as trade samples and tasted single blind. Review: N.V. Bolla Prosecco Extra Dry- Italy, Veneto, Prosecco di Valdobbiadene SRP: $12 Pale straw color. Aromas of white peach, fresh grapefruit and sugar cane. Dry, tingling bubbles, with green apple and some lychee nut flavors…

    7 readers - By Isaac Baker/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog

    Bubbles and Brunch: Mionetto Prosecco Brut and Mexican Egg Casserole

    …. Although I served the eggs with fresh fruit and muffins only, you may want to have salsa for those who prefer a more spicy taste. Don’t forget to pop the cork of the dry and fresh Prosecco which added effervescence and a delicious counterpoint to those wake-me-up flavors. With aromas of citrus and a touch of freshly picked golden apples, the Mionetto…

    7 readers - By Cindy Rynning/ Grape Experiences

    Lamberti Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry Oooh - this is some LOVELY...

    …Lamberti Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry Oooh - this is some LOVELY stuff, guys! Moscato d’Asti on the nose with white flowers and stone fruit. Great mousse (bubbles) on the palate. Lovely notes of lemon, pear, and white florals. 5/5 bones $ Glera (Prosecco) 11% abv Prosecco (Veneto), ITALY…

    7 readers - By Shiba Sommelier

    My Latest Wine Picks from the IVSA September 2014

    … My Latest Wine Picks from the IVSA September 2014 With September, comes the new season of tasting wines which have arrived in British Columbia, through the IVSA. There can always be found wines from every corner of the world, and also beer and spirits too. My wine picks come from across the world, and I hope you have a chance to try them…

    6 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

    Wine Stories – NYC

    …, checked his notes, came back with apologies that it was my birthday and that I had booked so far in advance – please come to another table. Perfect. Our server was the amazing Alfredo and he charmed us with his smile and easy way of being. I had a glass of Prosecco ( I hadn’t become the Champagne girl I am now ) and David had a Limoncello on ice. I…

    1 readers - By Christine Campbell/ Girls Go Grape

    Wine of the Week: Valdobbiadne Superiore D.O.C.G. Brut

    … experiences with winemakers, either in Italy or in the States, but its the shared impressions that they leave on each of us, that strikes me. Meeting Primo was a highlight of my New York wine life this year. Thanks Tony for introducing me, again, to wonderful producers. Like this: Like Loading... Related Filed under Italian indigenous Grape Varieties, Italian regions, Italian wineries, italy, Memorable Events, Prosecco, Travel, Veneto, wines Tagged as Glera, Nino Franco, Primo Franco, Tony Didio, Valdobbiadne Superiore DOCG Brut…

    1 readers - By avvinare

    Mini-reviews 64: Muscadet, Stoller, Prosecco, Villa Maria

    … recommended, and another example of the fallacy of scores. It scored 86 on CellarTracker, the blog’s unofficial wine inventory app, while the barely drinkable Bourgier scored 88. • Deccolio Prosecco NV ($13, sample, 11%): This extra dry Prosecco is not too sweet, which is saying something. Extra dry is sweeter than brut, the most dry, and can…

    6 readers - By The Wine Curmudgeon

    Have You Tried Vaporetto No. 8 Prosecco?

    …Prosecco is one of the sparkling wines coming out of Italy, and probably the most well-known. There are different levels of quality, with of course different price points. I have been told that some retail shops and hair salons in Italy that each customer is handed a glass of prosecco to sip while they shop or get quaffed. Prosecco may be a less…

    6 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

    Wine Century Club: Varietals 71 – 80

    …: pale orange with a watery rim; aromas of mushroom, pepper and savoury notes, dry, medium-plus acidity, medium-minus tannins, flavours of pepper and citrus, complex, elegant, well-balanced with a long finish. Another favourite! 78. Gruner Veltliner, 2011 vintage, Rudi Pichler Federspiel, Wachau, Austria: pale, aromas of pear and pepper, dry, bright…

    6 readers - By vinesanddesigns

    July Wine Roundup: Top 10 from my Last Tasting

    … This tasting included 18 wines from California and Italy. We toggled between a selection of Proseccos from Mionetto and a selection of California wines. Here’s the top 10 list: Italy Sparkling Mionette Prosecco Luxury Cartizze – a very nice dry sparkling wine with notes of apple, pear, flowers and baked bread. It had a bit of sweetness…

    9 readers - By Dallas Wine Chick