This nonvintage Prosecco is a bit chewy and bready — more so than is typical of the style — with notes of lemon confit, peaches, and white flowers. A shortish finish doesn’t make the very best companion for the bigger body, and while it’s enjoyable enough (particularly at this price level), it could use more power throughout.
B / $14 / zardettoprosecco.com
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