Showing posts with label Prosecco. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Prosecco. Show all posts

Monday 2 October 2023

Clandestine Vineyards Prosecco Rosé 2023


Have this at a spring time long lunch with those that smile a lot. This is an easygoing fizz where the joy factor is high.

Friday 11 August 2023

Twin Valleys Prosecco 2023


A simple Prosecco that will tickle the fancy of those who enjoy a clean and crisp glass of fizz.

Wednesday 12 October 2022

Clandestine Vineyards Prosecco Rosé 2022


Attractive on the eye, this is a crowd-pleasing Prosecco from the King Valley ready to wet your whistle. Solid aperitif gear, think the sun, sarongs and seafood.

Tuesday 30 August 2022

Usher Tinkler La Volpe Prosecco 2022


Spring is here and this is your weapon for afternoon refreshment. Hunter Valley Prosecco courtesy of Usher Tickler.

Thursday 23 June 2022

The Flying Winemaker Prosecco NV


A crowd-pleasing King Valley Prosecco sure to put a smile on the dial for those looking for a cold glass of fizz. 

Wednesday 1 December 2021

Vino Intrepido Cold Fusion Col Fondo Prosecco 2021


Talk about fizz. It was like a raging torrent on opening and I swear I didn't shake the bottle before opening. The non-stop flow reminded me of the old bi-carb soda volcano science experiment.

Saturday 2 October 2021

Pizzini Il Soffio Prosecco 2019


So good. What a burst of happiness and refreshment! A fizz worth popping in your glass. 

Saturday 10 April 2021

Babo Wines Prosecco Rosé DOC


Fun in the sun! Who says we're done with warm days just yet. A very approachable Prosecco coming at you with a dash of Pinot Noir to give it a blush appearance. 

Friday 29 January 2021

De Bortoli Prosecco Rosé 2020


Smiles and sunshine are easily captured with this new Prosecco Rosé from De Bortoli.

Wednesday 4 March 2020

Saturday 3 November 2018

Pizzini King Valley Prosecco 2018

The King Valley is Prosecco King Country. A solid rendition this. Clean and crisp ready to light up your summertime chill out session.

Tuesday 8 May 2018

Usher Tinkler La Volpe Prosecco 2018

Here's cheers to the first 2018 wine to come across the bench.  A light but delish Prosecco - Usher Tinkler's second release of this variety.

Friday 29 December 2017

De Bortoli Prosecco NV

Prosecco - very much a buzz word at the moment for those playing a fizz game. From the King Valley, here's another example of simple bubbles ready to please.

Thursday 28 September 2017

Usher Tinkler La Volpe Prosecco 2017

If you're in the Hunter Valley, Usher Tinkler's Cellar and Salumi is a must do. There's a point of difference everywhere you look be it the furniture, relaxed atmosphere, engaging staff or simply the trendy booze on offer along with a wicked array of salumi and cheese.

Tuesday 21 February 2017

Brown Brothers Prosecco NV

A friend of mine is a big Prosecco fan. On a recent visit to his house he poured me a glass of this.

Easy drinking fizz here with some residual sweetness. Sweet was the first thing to come to mind.

Monday 2 January 2017

Red Hill Estate Prosecco NV

A new addition to the Red Hill Estate range - this Prosecco was released only six days before I tasted it at the cellar door.

If you're looking for something that's crisp, refreshing, low on complexity but high on the enjoyment, perhaps this could be your drink.

White florals, green apple. Quite light in the mouth but clean and fresh. Chill hard and enjoy in the sun.

Drink now.

87/100 - Good

Region: King Valley
RRP: $25
Source: Cellar Door tasting

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Saturday 5 November 2016

Pizzini Prosecco 2016

Fresh and delish. Pools and sunshine is where this is at.

Green apples sit at the core framed by lemony goodness. Cleansing citrusy acidity ticks the box. Easy drinking, not overly complex, super easy to kick back with.

Drink now.

92/100 - Very good

Region: King Valley
RRP: $21.50
Source: Sample

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Monday 17 October 2016

Yellowglen Botanics Series Prosecco 2015

Australia's love affair with Prosecco is continues to grow rapidly. So much so now the big players in the market now have offerings in their respective ranges. This is Yellowglen's first release.

Attractive labelling helps the sell here - part of their Botanics Series. It's a bit of fun in the glass and not a overly serious rendition. It's sweet but not overly. Lemon juice and apples deliver a clean a crisp wine without too much depth. Crunchy apple acidity to finish and a lemon zest tang add appeal. It's goes ok.

Drink now.

85/100 - Good

Region: Victoria (various)
RRP: $22
Source: Sample

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