Single-vineyard Prosecco that will blow you away - and for under $20!
The local dialect term “Rive” is used for hillside vineyards planted on steep slopes. As far back as 1933 Abel Adami selected and presented his “Riva Giardino”, from grapes grown in what is now known as the Giardino vineyard.
The Giardino Vineyard, purchased in 1920, is a south-facing natural amphitheatre-shaped vineyard. Probably the first example of a Prosecco from single vineyard in the whole DOCG zone. The result is a stunning example of a dry, focused and balanced sparkling wine that might make you think twice before paying more than twice as much for Champagne!
Garbèl, which in ancient local dialect means 'a dry, crisp, pleasant wine', is produced from the hilly vineyards in the Colli Trevigiani area. The ample nose releases crisp-edged, complex fruit notes, and the palate is full-flavored with a crisp acidity....
A nice, dry sparkler from Burgundy. Fine, even bubbles with notes of citrus and white blossoms. A real sense of precision with freshness and citrus and mineral that offer fine length. This is a great alternative to Champagne and a...
Dry, light and bright. Fresh and snappy red berry fruit of currant and raspberry jump from the glass. Pretty pink hue with salmon-colored highlights. There is a subtle touch of citrus, which adds to the freshness. A lovely sparkling wine from Burgundy.