Savian Prosecco DOC Extra Dry NV
- Light, fruity
Last year, we dipped our toes in with Savian, an organic producer in Veneto, and imported their pinot grigio. It was an awesome wine and our Mofo’s absolutely loved it. So this year, we’ve gone back for more variety. This is Savian’s prosecco (also organic of course) and it’s a stunner. It comes from estate vineyards in Loncon di Annone, one of the great prosecco-producing areas of Veneto.
Only the best bunches of glera (the grape that goes into prosecco) make it into this wine. Upon opening the bottle, you’ll find a brilliant straw yellow colour and a fine, persistent bead. The nose is of acacia, sage and mint with fruits like pineapple, golden apple and grapefruit. On the palate it is citrusy, lively, refreshing and a bit savoury. This is from the fancier end of the prosecco spectrum and we are stoked to have it in stock.
Full price $30.00 from the producer.
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- 100% Glera
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