A perfect example of this Italian style sparkling white, Santino Prosecco has crisp, apple acidity, hints of ripe pear and a creamy texture. Perfect as an aperitif or alongside some delicious Italian antipasto.
Brown Brothers Prosecco
With access to some of the very best vineyard land in the King Valley, Brown Brothers are able to craft an authentic Prosecco with all the hallmarks this style has become famous for. The elevated terroir produces a sparkling that is both crisp and gentle, with delicate lemon-pear flavours. Lively acidity through the palate complemented by a terrific long finish. The Italian influence here is for all to see. (Limited edition bottle**)
Brown Brothers Prosecco Rosé
Brown Brothers have added the Prosecco Rosato to join the original, and much loved, Prosecco. In the glass there is a rose-gold colour and a soft nose of strawberry and apple skins. With the addition of a touch of Cienna to the Prosecco, the sparkling wine retains its trademark acidity while showcasing a softer, rounder side to the palate. Brown Brothers Prosecco Rosato is made to be enjoyed young while at its light and delicate best. (Limited edition bottle**)
Marks our words. Prosecco will be the next big thing, if it isn't already! Torresella's Prosecco is a fresh style showing characters of white fleshed fruits and fresh apple on the nose with a soft, crisp feel on the palate.
Santa Margherita Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene
Santa Margherita Prosecco di Valdobbiandene has a very fine, persistent bead and scents of apples and pears that act as a prelude to the flavors of ripe stone fruit with a bit of melon and orange. Fresh and lively with a long, dry, yeasty finish. Bargain.
De Bortoli Prosecco
De Bortoli Prosecco is sourced from Victoria's King Valley - known as Little Italy given many Italian migrants have become multi-generational winemakers in the area. The sparkling wine tastes of apple and pear with fresh pithy lemon, gentle creaminess, complete with the very fine bubbles. Great on its own or shared with food.
Fruity and aromatic on the nose, with hints of white flowers and apple. Very balanced and appealing on the palate with the delicate almond notes typical of Prosecco.
Tenuta Ca' Bolani Prosecco
Tenuta Ca' Bolani Prosecco is a step above most. Made by the great winemaking family of Zonin, this is fresh and lively Prosecco done very well; musk, grapey flavours, creamy mousse and very mouthfilling.
Denom Di Origine Controllata Prosecco
If you're after something new to try, La Marca Denom Di Origine Controllata Prosecco is definitely one to try. With notes of peach, apple and honey suckle and a pleaseant acidity, this prosecco with leave your mouth with a vibrant, fresh feel that will leave you wanting more.
Santa Margherita Superiore 52 Prosecco Di Valdobbiadene
As Prosecco continues to garner the acclaim it rightly deserves in Australia as a refreshing and delicious sparkling wine perfectly suited to our climate, it's not hard to get excited when premium examples like the Santa Margherita Superiore 52 comes along. Simply bursting with flavours of ripe apple skins, this classic example is refreshing in the extreme. Light and fluffy on the palate with a persistence of flavour that is unrivalled. Superb.
The Killer Prosecco
As Australia's love affair with all things Prosecco continue unabated, it is fantastic to be able to showcase such a vivid, exciting, fresh and flavoursome authentic Italian Processo for such an affordable price. Brilliant flavours of musk and strawberry sherbet are balanced with crisp apple driven acid and a super fine bead.