Beverage of the Week (BOW)
Domanda Prosecco DOC
Just about two decades ago Prosecco took the export markets by storm and it has never stopped winning new converts. At its best Prosecco is fresh and balanced with a steady stream of bubbles and a bright finish. Prosecco is made primarily with the Glera grape that is also simply known as Prosecco. The famous sparkling wine takes it name from the village of Prosecco near the town of Trieste in the Northeast of Italy. 90 points out of 100.
Domanda, Italian for "demand" speaks to the ever-present consumer trend of demanding on quality wines sold at fair prices. Domanda offers this value Prosecco as well as a bargain Pinot Grigio. Prosecco has long been a favorite prized for it's bright flavors and gentle price tags. The Prosecco DOC in located in the Northeast of Italy in five Veneto provines of: Treviso, Venice, Vicenza, Padua, and Belluno as well as four provinces in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Very pale straw color with a constant stream of fine bubbles. The nose is very fresh offering scents of ripe pear and white peach with supporting notes of honeysuckle, mineral, and citrus zest. The palate echoes the nose delivering a vibrant, fruit-focused core that is framed by crisp green apple and soft citrus like acidity that lingers on to a clean finish. Medium-bodied and ideally balanced with fresh fruit blast and a creamy mouthfeel thanks to the persistent mousse of fine bubbles.
How to Serve
Serve well-chilled in a Champagne flute or white wine glass. It's the perfect aperitif.
Price: $ 9.99