Thursday, 3 November 2011
Wine of the Month: Bisol Prosecco Riserva Brut, Valdobbiadene, DOCG, Italy
Carefully selected grapes grown in the upper hills that undergo pure vinification: the definitive Cuvèe is obtained from the essence of this wine, which after 3 years of aging is transformed in to this elegant Riserva Brut.
This Prosecco is amazing and I love the brand and its proud dedication of manufacturing high quality Prosecco. There are too many bubbly wine from Italy that are bad but Bisol always provides quality and great standards.
Usually Prosecco is classified as D.O.C., however Bisol Prosecco Riserva Brut is classified as D.O.C.G. which is the highest of standards in Italy.
This bubbly wine cannot be purchased in Swedish Systembolaget and has to be special ordered. However in Italy the price is very reasonable and set at approx. 7-9 Euro.
Since many of my readers are in China, you can also find this by ordering it from EMW-Fine Wines and it costs 247 RMB (around 24 Euro).
This is my favorite Prosecco and by far one of the best value bubbly wines that I have tried.
Written by Alexander Yü
Posted by WesternTaste at 03:18