La Gioisa Prosecco Superiore DOCG, Vneto, Italy

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This delicious sparkling wine is made in the region of Veneto in north eastern Italy, from the Prosecco grape. And it's a beauty! Aromas of flowers and pear-drops, with crisp notes of freshly-cut apple. With only 11% alcohol, it's ideal for lunchtime celebrations, or as a stylish start to a weekend brunch. Prosecco is the sparkling wine of the future!

A premium winery that produces exceptional quality wines. All products from the winery are the result of a well thought out and actioned process.

Tasting Note: Lively, effervescence beads with a delicate, pale straw yellow. Fruity and floral nose with hints of ripe golden apple. A refreshing and dry mouthfeel, with golden fruit explosions on the palate. A wonderfully fresh aperitif .

Additional Details

SKU:
11103-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Italy
Alcohol %:
11
Region:
Veneto Italy
Style:
Sparkling White
Varietal:
Sparkling

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