Prevedello Asolo Superiore Extra Dry Prosecco 2010 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
It seems Toronto's own legendary restaurateur Franco Prevedello has turned winemaker in his home town of Asolo in...
This is a very pale almost watery looking prosecco with gentle but bright clean nose of pear/apple fruit. It's light...
Light and fresh, perfumed and fruity, just a gentle fizz and with ripe stone fruit and balanced acids. A very...
It’s easy to be charmed by good Prosecco. There’s even more reason to love this one, the first offering from Canadian...
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Medium straw in colour with good mousse & medium intensity.
Positives: Notes of peach, wild flowers, honeydew melon, baked apples, lemon rind, tangerine & yeast taste on the finish. Overall one of the more complex Proseccos I've tasted. Medium to medium+ body, good acidity & long length.
Negatives: Some might not like the yeastiness on the finish.
Interesting Thing: I wouldn't use this Prosecco to make Bellinis due to the complexity of the wine. It would be a waste of this fine sparkling.
Drink now on its own or pair it with calamari.
Tasted: 28 Jan 12
Score: 9+/10, Value: 9/10, Total: 18.5/20
Out of 5 stars, I rated this wine: 4
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