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NV Cantine Umberto Bortolotti Prosecco Superiore Extra Dry Valdobbiadene
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2011

($18; 11.5% alcohol) Pale straw-green with a very strong bead. Nectarine, apricot and green apple flavors are lifted by a light spicy note. Creamy and fresh, with flavors similar to the aromas and a long finish. Very similar to the Brut, but the extra dose of sugar makes for a rounder, smoother mouthfeel. I was very impressed by all of this producer's Prosecco offerings.

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Lovely Prosecco
by Robert 22033
Crisp, dry, a bit pricey, but very good. hint of peach, or maybe apriocot....


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