Eric Guido writer and wine critic, in his article Italy's love affair with sparkling wine, opens a breach to let us into the world of the best Italian sparkling wines:Franciacorta, Trento Doc but above all Prosecco.
The critic's journey among the Perlage Proseccos begins with Col di Manza Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG to which he awards 92 points. Well begun...
"Wild herbs, lemon oil essence and hints of crushed stone. There’s a pleasant inner sweetness up front, complemented by a soothing bead of bubbles and ripe orchard fruits coming toward the close. Hints of candied lime mingle with green apple and spice through the long yet crisply refreshing finale. A perfectly balanced and highly pleasurable Extra Dry Prosecco."
With its 16 g/l of sugars, Col di Manza is perfect to be paired with an excellent fried or raw fish.
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