This classic Prosecco from Valdobbiadene won’t exactly shock you. Light in body and nose, it offers flavors of peaches, apricots, and fresh lemon juice. But something on the finish is a bit odd — yeast-like flavors usually reserved for vintage Champagne. It’s not overdone, really, but it’s an oddity in an otherwise classic, nonvintage sparkler.
B+ / $18 / ninofranco.it
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