This Dry Spumante Prosecco (understand: the sweet version, dry standing for sweet ironically) comes under the Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze D.O.C.G. appellation, a Prosecco cru area reknown for the subtlety of its sparkling wine production.
This is where the Bisol Winery has its headquarters. It is an area in which a particularly mild microclimate combines with an extremely ancient terrain made of firm rock below and crumbly stone to the surface. This particular soil has a balanced chemical composition and constant humidity, allowing the grapes to ripen unusually slowly.
Bisol Dry Prosecco Cartizze Tasting Notes
This Dry Prosecco bubbly comes in an elegant pale lemon-yellow color, with hints of a green hue. It’s bright and shiny to look at, with its bubbles looking fine.
The nose is also very delicate, dominated by aromas of lily flower, honey, fresh apricot, and freshly squeezed lemon. Pleasing to smell, both feeling generously fruity, but also finely floral, and citrusily lively, all in finesse!
The palate, straight away, feels relatively sweet, which is to be expected from a Dry Prosecco. But a crisp and zesty acidity balances it well providing freshness.
More importantly, this bubbly feels very fine, delivering a very smooth texture, like a soft cloud on the palate. This leaves plenty of room for the orange blossom and limy lemon to be revealed and enjoyed pleasantly.
A Prosecco bringing you to a world of smoothness, fresh flowers and generous citrus fruits. Balanced, light and elegant, its sweetness gives it generosity, while the crispiness of its acidity keeps the refreshing tension under control, for a satisfying light-hearted and refined tasting experience.