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Light and red, but not necessarily a winner

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Brand NameDeor
Wine NameProsecco Raboso Cuvee
Vintage (Year)
AVAVenezie
CountryItaly
Wine ClassWhite
Wine TypeGewurztraminer
Alcohol %10.5%
Bottle Size750ml
Price$10 and Under
Site Rating7 (on a scale of 1-10)
  

So, you know that I just had to pick it up; a rose/blush prosecco, not that I am a big fan of prosecco, but the fact that it was different.

Actually, it's not so bad, and there is some slight flavors of strawberry present in the wine. What didn't help the fact was that I consumer nearly a full bottle of Cava earlier, and that this is really a semi-sparkling wine. Because the alcohol level is low, I would recommend this purely based on the color, but would never put it against a Rose Regale. It's a prosecco folks, which means that it is what it is, and to not look for everything in it. As something light and refreshing, it's a great opener.

 

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