How Good is Giusti Rosalia Prosecco?
Sparkling Wine Review of Giusti ‘Rosalia’ Prosecco Extra Dry DOC, Veneto, Italy
This Prosecco sparkling wine by Giusti is made with Glera grapes coming from Rosalia estate vineyards (hence the name, yes!) located in the Veneto region of Italy in the Pieve area of the Trevisan March, around town of Nervesa della Battaglia for the connoisseurs in the crowd.
It comes as an extra-dry sweetness level with a relatively low 11% alcohol content.
Overall Tasting Notes & Impressions
A super-smooth, soft Prosecco with incredibly frothy and silky fine bubbles.
It foams intensely as you pour (tested on several glass types and it always does). While making the pouring a little longer and cumbersome, it actually results in a wine with a very soft creamy texture that is very gentle to the palate.
Featuring typical Prosecco aromas of lime and lemon elegantly blended with floral tones of lily and jasmine, it subtly displays crisp and fresh flavors of pure white fruits, pear and white peach.
The good acidity is very well balanced by the textural bubbles as well as some residual sugars that are perceptible (this is an extra-dry and not a brut) but never bothering or obvious.
The whole provides finesse to the style, and the sensation of enjoying a refined Prosecco experience, clean, fresh and pure in the fruit expression, with a precise balance.
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