Italy is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world, so it is likely that Leonardo Da Vinci could see vines from his window whilst having ideas way ahead of his time. However, there probabaly wasn't any prosecco around until a few hundred years later. This cute little prosecco is named in his honour, and it shows scents of lemons, honeysuckle and Granny Smith apples on the nose, whilst the palate is light with a kiss of sweetness, a slight spritz, mellow acidity, and a smooth finish. It's made for your immediate drinking pleasure, and would be great as an aperitif, or with fruit-based desserts.
Very pale straw colour with green hues, this has a fine bead with good persistence. Elegant on bouquet with light, attractive, citrus fruit, floral and green apple aromas. Dryish to taste, this is clean and light with soft frothy effervescence and textures, and gently sweet flavours of white stonefruits and honeysuckle. The acidity is soft and the palate line is carried stylishly to a moderately sustained finish. This is a clean, soft and delightfully soft Prosecco to drink as an aperitif over the next 2 years.