To Try, Buy And Put By
This is a light sparkling Brazilian wine. It is made from the Glera grape, as is prosecco, and by the charmat method for creating bubbles, again as with prosecco. Unfortunately for Brazil, they cannot use the name ‘Brazilian prosecco,’ just as Australian producers of sparkling wine cannot call their chardonnay and pinot noir-based sparklers ‘Australian Champagne’. However, wine lovers looking for a cheaper, slightly exotic, prosecco-like-sparkler are likely to be quite charmed by this happy new arrival. It is light and mildly frizzante with a hint of lime and a crisp finish.
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