Cantine Maschio Prosecco Brut – Nutty, Fruity and Good. Holiday Sparklers 2012

The ever popular Prosecco.

100% Prosecco (Glera) from Treviso, Veneto, Italy.

SRP of $13 and available for as low as $10. Sample submitted for review.

From the bottle:

“AROMA: White peach and orange blossoms.

TASTE: Fruit forward, with peach and almond flavors.

PAIRINGS: Lighter dishes and seafood; perfect as an apertif.

SERVE AT: 42 – 56 F.

A sparkling wine with an inviting mousse. Best enjoyed at refrigerated temperatures.

11.0% Alcohol”

This is our second featured Prosecco from Treviso, Italy today. (Find the first here.) And while both of today’s wines are made from the same grape and come from the same area, they both have a unique taste.

The Cantine Maschio Prosecco Brut begins with a light, delicate aroma of peach, citrus and a little almond extract. Tasting the wine reveals a fruity wine featuring delicious flavors of peach and citrus just like the bouquet and an wonderful nutty character as well. It ends with good length and light nutty notes that last for a surprisingly long time. Another excellent Prosecco!

Other wines in the Holiday Sparklers 2012 series:

Buy this wine online from our featured sponsor Marketview Liquor or see a listing of local retailers selling this wine here.

Taste Rating: 7              Cost Rating: 8
Overall Rating: 7.3

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