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Dal Zotto L'Immigrante Prosecco 2014

King Valley,VIC
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  • Dave Brookes

    Prosecco is one of the great sparkling success stories in recent years, prompting a few steely glares from the Champenois in the process. The wine hails from the Valdobbiadene area in the Italian wine region of Veneto, but in Australia, Victoria's King Valley is the wine's epicentre, where industrious Italian immigrants planted the grape varieties of their homeland as the region's tobacco industry came to a close. The lovely Dal Zotto family produces some of the King Valley's finest Prosecco - crisp, creamy and just perfect drinking as we slide into the warmer spring weather. Pale straw in colour, with a fine, energetic bead reaching for the wine's surface, the fruit aromas of crisp crunchy apple and nashi pear underpinned by hints of creme fraiche, yeast and a touch of oatmeal and crushed quartz for good measure. Providing great drinking, it's crisp and lively as it dances across the palate, equal parts refreshing and complex. With a creamy, mouth-filling presence showing hints of citrus and pear fruits - along with lighter notes of clotted cream, white flowers and almond paste - it finishes bone dry with fine, racy, sherbet-like acidity and hints of cream on the finish that lingers nicely.

    Adelaide Review, September 2015

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