Sunday, December 30, 2018

Wine Review: Corvezzo Terre di Marca Extra Dry Organic Prosecco Bio Millesimato

Corvezzo Terre di Marca Extra Dry Organic Prosecco Bio Millesimato

Terre di Marca is a label of Azienda Corvezzo, which is located in the Veneto region of Italy. The Terre di Marca label specializes in Prosecco and Pinot Grigio, but all wines by Corvezzo are 100% organic. They started the organic conversion in 2010 and completed it in 2017. I'm not going to waste time by going further writing a blurb about them because you have GOT to see their awesome website called The Organic Prosecco (http://www.theorganicprosecco.com). It's got a fun and educational layout to show you how they go about making their wines organically.

This is wine #5 of 5 that I'm reviewing by them leading up to the new year. I've reviewed their  2017 Pinot Grigio Ramato, 2017 Pinot GrigioRosé "Sur lie" Frizzante, Prosecco "Sur lie" Frizzante, and today it comes to a close with their Prosecco.

The Extra Dry Organic Prosecco Bio Millesimato is 100% Glera from the Cessalto Area, harvested exclusively by hand, soft cold crushed and pressed, and saw carbonation through the Charmat method by spending 60 days in inox tanks.

The color of this sparkling wine is a bright yellow. There's aromas of green apples, red berries, and white pepper. On the palate it's light to medium bodied with bright acidity, a sharp mouthfeel, and a hint of sweetness. There's flavors of green apples, pears, and lemon, and it finishes crisp and clean.

This is exactly what you want from a Prosecco for $15, and the added allure of its organic winemaking is a bonus for most wine consumers. While the quality in the wine is there, it's also not a complex sipper and goes down easy for some fun bubbly drinking. So it’s a good choice for tomorrow night! Happy New Year, everybody! 

QUALITY VS PRICE RATING
Price: $13
Rating: 4/5 = Recommended (what does that mean?)

The bottle used was supplied free of charge for the purpose of this unpaid review. To have your wine reviewed follow this link.

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