Yep, you’ve guessed it. Welcome to another sparkling Saturday!
Moving away from France and on to Italy, where it’s home to the Prosecco.
Prosecco is a great, and cheaper, alternative to champagne.
Why? Champagne comes from the champagne region in France, and can place a high price due to the high demand for it.
Prosecco is more widely available, and the process of making the wine is most cost effective, with the second fermentation of the wine occurring in stainless steel barrels.
The Dal Zotto Pucino Prosecco is a winner. Best of all it’s Australian produced. This Prosecco comes from the King Valley which is where many Italian immigrants settled back in the 1880’s. It’s in this location that’s quite similar to the growing conditions for many Italian varieties as it is in Italy.
The DalZotto Pucino Prosecco has light bubbles, with pear and apple flavours. A creaminess to the wine, it finishes off crisp and dry.
A great way to spend your Saturday is having a Prosecco in the Park. What more could you want with a glass of bubbles in hand, sun shining, and hanging with a great bunch of friends!
Until next time winos,