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.
Valdo's premium offering comes from superior vineyards in the Valdobbiadene region of Veneto. It is both more complex, and considerably dryer than the standard Valdo, and is an excellent choice when a more powerful Prosecco is needed at the dinner table.
Both dryer and more sophisticated than the more fruit-forward Valdo, the Zardetto is a thoroughly delightful Prosecco. Bursting with floral, pear and peach notes, this exuberant wine rolls across the palate with clouds of tangy, refreshing bubbles. It finishes with engagingly brisk acidity. A great choice.
This zesty Italian fills the need for a great pasta and pizza wine, but it’s more than that. The Valpolicella region is actually becoming quite exciting now, with a strong push for quality among the younger winemakers. Zenato’s Valpolicella is bright, balanced, and nicely complex.