Santa Margherita Brut Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore
Seaspray and fresh pears on the nose lead to an austere, decidedly saline and deeply stony wine that brings to mind slate, flint and a stroll by the ocean. The bubbles are fine, the mouthfeel creamy, and the acidity razor sharp, coming together in a taut, intense experience that persists on the finish. Tastes bone dry. Not hard to see why this is the best-selling Prosecco in Vintages. Fabulous with Parma ham sliced paper thin.