- Adami Prosecco Valdobbiadene Vigneto Giardino 2017$21.98Availability:In StockWinery notes: 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 DOC zone, it was presented at the 1st Mostra dei Vini Tipici d’Italia, held in Siena from 3 to 19 August 1933, as “Riva Giardino Asciutto”. The Giardino Vineyard best expresses the concept that at Adami we like to call “fruit salad”: the complex but approachable and never repetitive sensation on the nose of a crateful of fresh fruit. Learn More
- Ruggeri Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Extra Dry Giall'OroDEC91$16.98Availability:In Stock91 Points! Fresh, bright and zippy with notes of apple and apricot. Good focus and purity with a distinct mineral finish. - Decanter Magazine Learn More
- Le Colture Valdobbiadene Superiore CartizzeWA91$26.98Availability:Out of Stock91 Points! Foamy and generous in aromatic intensity, the non-vintage Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dry is redolent of white rose, fragrant mango, chopped mint, talc powder and dried lavender. The bouquet is delicate and finely-tuned. The perlage follows suit with soft but persistent foam. Cesare Ruggeri's Le Colture maks some of the best Prosecco Superiore available. The house style is always generous, rich and full of personality. If you are confused by the many Prosecco Superiore wines on the market today, Le Colture is a sure bet on quality. Monica Larner, eRobertParker.com #216, December 2014Learn More
- Adami Prosecco Valdobbiadene Brut Bosco di GicaVM91$16.98Availability:In Stock91+ Points! Luminous straw-green. Honey, white flowers, crushed rocks and lemon oil all come alive in this nicely chiseled, creamy yet vibrant Prosecco. Showcases gorgeous balance and plenty of early appeal, but also offers plenty of richness and depth. This serious, luscious Prosecco is my early candidate for Brut Prosecco of the year. The name of the wine derives from a very old forest located near the estate. Made from roughly 96% Glera and 4% Chardonnay.