NV Nino Franco Prosecco Di Valdobbiandene Rustico

NV Nino Franco Prosecco Di Valdobbiandene Rustico

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Expert Ratings and Reviews

89 Points Wine Advocate, 2008
89 Points Wine Advocate, 2009
87 Points Wine Advocate, 2012
84 Points Wine Enthusiast

Customer Ratings

Based on 55 ratings
A different Champagne

I found this sparkling wine to be oustanding with a distinctive nose, first taste and finish. I served it at a party and had many very positive responses.

Purchased 10/11/08

Great Champagne

delcious - everything prosecco should be

so delicious with flourless chocolate cake and raspberries. It was a big hit

Delicious!

Straw yellow color, with a lovely mousse and fine, pinpoint bubbles. Scents of pears, apples and peaches. Elegant, delicate, round body, with good concentration of fresh, lively fruit and persistant effervescence. Soft, slightly bitter (typical of prosecco grapes) finish. Excellent value. Tasted on 31/12/02.

7-07;WR-92;sparkling; great value

10-07 with pat/time. steely no sweetness. good w/ food not by itself. had again 7-18-08 with king crab==excellent with food!!!! See riondo procesco below, almost as good and much cheaper

Yum!

This is a joy to drink--a bubbly that can add luxury to your life at an every day price!

Not rusty.....Rustico.

Pure apple and citrus with a sparkle. Light and refreshing, dry and sweet. A gifted combination of qualities at a superb price. Prosecco is a variety of white grape grown in the Veneto region of Italy, and also gives its name to the sparkling wine made from the grape. The grape is grown in the Conegliano and Valdobbiadene wine-growing regions north of Venice. Its late ripening has led to its use in dry sparkling (spumante) and semi-sparkling (frizzante) wines, with their characteristic bitter aftertaste. The cocktail Bellini, made with sparkling wine and peach juice, and the cocktail poinsettia, made with a mixture of sparkling white wine, vodka, and cranberry juice, should properly be made with Prosecco wine. The name "Prosecco" is now protected under European law and can be used only for the wine made from the Prosecco grape in the Conegliano/Valdobbiadene region. The Italian Prosecco should not be confused with Dalmatian Prosecco, which is a special sweet wine (similar to sherry), made out of dried grapes Perfect for light meal or salad. One of the best sparkling wines I have tried this year. For more recommendations please visit www.drivebycritic.com.

Wonderful everyday bubbly!

good prosecco

A very solid prosecco. Food friendly and easy drinking. I thought it was a bit shallow on the fruit in the middle compared to some others I've had, but that is being very picky.

Fizzy, wonderful fun!

I had the pleasure of enjoying my first Prosecco in Venice, Italy in May--I loved how it was served in a pitcher instead of the bottle! This particular Prosecco is excellent--light & fruity with a hint of dryness. Great with fish and salads.

Michele disliked, citrus, melon, slightly dry, good champagne substitute

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