+Santa Margherita Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut, $26
Joyous and playful, this crisp, clean, lively Prosecco is a celebration in a bottle. It’s from Italian producer, Santa Margherita, which has been making wine in the Veneto region since 1935.
This DOCG Brut is made from glera, which is Prosecco’s most important sub-zone. It displays beautiful, persistent bubbles and white peach and apple aromas. The wine also has a wonderful juiciness from stonefruit and ripe pears.
Italian Prosecco is booming, but only a fifth of its 500 million bottles sold annually are from the more exclusive Prosecco DOCG, which this one is. Yet it doesn’t come with a terribly high price tag – you can pick it up in Dan Murphy’s and BWS for $26, and you can get a half-size bottle for $16.
Prosecco is a wonderful aperitif that is also great for food. The Santa Margherita can be paired with seafood, rich pasta, meat dishes, or even a cheese platter. This refreshing drink is great for a quick pick-me up or as a celebration drink.
For more Prosecco tasting ideas, please see my PS News wine column.
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Christine Salins,https://www.foodwinetravel.com.au/wine/wine-pick/santa-margherita-valdobbiadene-prosecco-superiore-docg-brut/ Read More