Veneto, Italy -
60% Glera, 40% Garganega
Frizzante wine is made with a lower pressure than those labeled Spumante. Made in a similar method like that of "Prosecco", it technically can't be called "Prosecco". For it to be called Prosecco, it must have at least 85% of the "Glera" grape, but in this case 40% of the wine is made from "Garganega". This is why we see the region as Veneto IGT instead of Prosecco DOC.
Prosecco fun fact: The Italian government just allowed 10-15% of Pinot Nero into the wine to create their first ever Prosecco Rosé in 2020!
Aromas of lime zest, nectarine, and white blossoms. Juicy and fresh flavours of pear, peach, and licorice. Great crowd pleaser!! 11% abv.
Pairing Suggestions: Really easy drinking on it's own. Otherwise serve with appetizers, seafood, sushi, ramen, savoury pastry pies, and peach cobbler!