Prosecco Superiore comes from the small DOCG around the city of Cartizze where the best Prosecco comes from. Produced in hillside vineyards with west exposure, where they can reach the ideal maturity to produce this wine.
Fine and aromatic bouquet, dry and intense to the taste, very harmonious.
Fruit is foremost: marasca cherry meets ripe plum in a gutsy, full-bodied package. On the palate there is ample fruit, freshness and quite a bit of body: the tannins are bold but countered by so much fruit that they attain an almost mochavanilla sweetness and come across smooth on the dense, full body. The finish is warming and rounded, a mouthful of big, fruity exuberance that keeps its mojo for quite a number of years.
Anne Krebiehl MW
it is warm, with hints of ripe fruit that blend in with an exhuberant savoury saltiness that penetrates a refined and precious body. The long aftertaste features mineral notes and is decidely fresh and flavourful.
Soft Pink color. On the nose, complex floral and wild strawberry aromas. Begins soft in the mouth, elegant and fresh; finish with excellent persistence.
A jewel, one of those wines you can drink with glorious abandon – or simply sit quietly to enjoy its subtle complexities. You can see your fingers holding the stem of the glass – Sangiovese, I am told, should never show up opaque, and is questionable if it does. But the wine is transparent also in that, in a single sip, you can sense the place, the much-loved vines, the classic galestro/albarese soil, the sun, the dappled shade on the well-cared-for canopy. Intelligent and delightful. Drinking window 2021-2030