Bisol Cartizze Prosecco 2014, Italy

Country: Italy

Colour / Style: Sparkling

Colour / Style: White

Featured in: Episode 12

As chosen by: Matthew Rhys

High in the hills above Venice is a line of vineyards that make Prosecco. At their heart is the fabled ridge of Cartizze. The Bisol family are the biggest owners (it’s one of the most expensive vineyards in the world) making Prosecco like you’ve never tried before. The characteristic pear and peach soft fruit, but here with complex wild flowers and sweet almond spice. Truly one of the world’s greatest aperitif wine.

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