Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Dal Zotto L'immigrante Prosecco 2010

What some people have been crying out for is a refreshing beverage that can be drank to start a party over the warmer months. Prosecco fits the bill perfectly as it is light in alcohol, easy to quaff and is inexpensive compared to Champagne.  The sales of Prosecco are going through the roof and I expect them to continue over the next 5 years.

Dal Zotto L'immigrante Prosecco 2010

This is the top Prosecco from Dal Zotto and is priced as the top example in Australia and that is including the imports. A big step for a relative new comer. Is this wine good enough from an Australian point of view? Well it is up there as you get a huge burst of apples and pears with some nice almond meal and spice coming into play.  The wine spreads out on your tongue but doesn't have the huge zestiness that the Italian examples have.  I could drink bucket loads of this over summer. In fact I think I will bust out a bottle at Christmas when our guesses arrive.

Alcohol: 12%
Price: $26
Rated: 88
Drink: Now but will keep for a year or two

1 comment:

  1. Dal Zotto Prosecco has become a bit of a go to for me whenever I'm after some relatively inexpensive sparkling. Very much a crowd pleaser.