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Zardetto Prosecco Treviso Brut

NV / 750 ml.

Item #: 59741

RP8888 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 31st Aug 2010
The NV Prosecco Brut is a richer, creamier wine than the Brut Cuvee Private. Here the fruit tends towards ripe yellow peaches, with flowers, spices and minerals that add complexity. The finish is long, generous and nicely balanced. This is Lot 1013708. Anticipated maturity: 2010–2012.
RP8888 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 1st Aug 2008
The NV Prosecco Brut shows noticeably more character as its bursts from the glass with an engaging array of aromas and flavors. It comes across as generous and expansive on the palate, with excellent length and lovely harmony. Anticipated maturity: 2008–2009.
SP8686 pts. - Wine Spectator - Oct 15, 2021
This tangy Prosecco is creamy on the palate, with the lively bead carrying flavors of grapefruit, green almond and crunchy nectarine. A hint of petrol shows on the crisp finish. Drink now. 155,000 cases made, 45,000 cases imported. (Alison Napjus)
WS8686 pts. - Wine & Spirits - August 1, 2014
Muscat-like in its fruit-basket aromas, this contrasts that fresh fruit with notes of marzipan and almond sweetness. Serve it with fresh peaches at the end of a meal.
SP8686 pts. - Wine Spectator - May 31, 2000
Here’s a value worth celebrating: A thick, full-bodied sparkler with a bountiful honeydew character, light bead and fresh finish. Drink now.
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Italy | Veneto | Prosecco

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Primary Grape: Glera

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Lamberti Prosecco Extra Dry

NV / 750 ml.

Item #: 31936

RP8787 pts. - Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate - 30th Aug 2009
The Non-vintage Prosecco Extra Dry offers lovely balance in a perfumed, crisp style defined by green apples, flowers and sweet spices. The finish is long and polished. Anticipated maturity: 2009–2010.
SP8585 pts. - Wine Spectator - Apr 30, 2018
Aromatic hints of petrol and anise accent flavors of yellow peach and melon in this dry and tangy Prosecco, with a lacy, racy mousse. Drink now. 20,000 cases imported. (Alison Napjus)
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Italy | Veneto | Prosecco

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Primary Grape: Glera

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Shop for Sparkling Wine & Champagne Online

Production of sparkling wine began at the end of the 1500s, with the advent of the production for stronger glass bottles. The most well known type of sparkling wine is Champagne, hailing from the French region of the same name.

There are many sparkling wine brands out there, from the high-end to low-end in price and quality. In fact, many sparkling wine brands from California put out high-scoring, well-made wines that may compete head-to-head with the best types of Champagne. Some California sparkling wine brands may even score, and taste, better than good Champagne of France.

Types of Champagne range from Brut (driest in style), to Rosé (pink in color), to sweeter styles such as demi-sec. You can find many types of Champagne to buy on www.winetransit.com

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