I love the light, airy clouds of bubbles of this Prosecco. Although Prosecco isn't supposed to compete with Champagne on the fineness of its bubbles, because it is made by a different carbonation process, Adami Prosecco gives Champagne a run for the money on the bubbly quotient. That, along with providing all the other fun-loving attributes of Prosecco, makes the Adami an intriguing and rewarding choice.
This Shiraz has a deep, rich ruby red color with notes of plum and berry on the nose. The wine is robust and full-bodied on the palate with nice fresh fruit. This delicious wine pairs well with grilled meats.
This is our main production, deriving from grapes harvested at the end of March. The 100% hand-picked Malbec grapes are harvested in March and early April. The wine is derived from grapes grown in characteristic soils specifically chosen for their similar profile and low vigour. These include increasingly desirable areas in Valle de Uco. Grapes from different vineyards are vinified separately before the final blend. The destemmed and softly pressed grapes are vinified in stainless steel vats at 28Âºc. During the 15-day fermentation-maceration process the must is pumped over and punched down for optimal extraction. Free run juice only. It is sold after three months of bottle age. Aging vessel: French and American oak insertstaves into 30.000lt stainless tanks for 3 months, only 2 years of use for insertstaves.