Wed 15 Aug 2012

Prosecco Treviso. Looking Good.


Our recent tastings with Italian growers were huge fun for the members who attended (as many told us) and for the growers who enjoyed meeting so many who drink their wines.

Every one of the wines that were shown ? from the inexpensive and excellent Society?s Verdicchio to the highly classy Allegrini La Poja ? received orders after the tasting.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, the most ordered wine was the new shipment of Prosecco.


Now with Champagne cork and at higher pressure, it retains its effervescence extremely well. More importantly, it still comes from the Adami family?s estate in the heart of the Valdobbiadene hills unlike many inferior

wines that use fruit grown on the plains. This means it has more bouquet and delicacy.

We ship it as Prosecco Treviso because Italian law means we and you can pay less, and ?Valdobbiadene? (stress the second ?a?) is a bit of a mouthful. It is equally delicious in the pouring rain, as we proved today.

Sebastian Payne MW
Society Buyer

Categories : Italy

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