LaZy Sunday sipping Zardetto Prosecco

Sunday Brunch in our house generally starts with a kick-off wine. A wine that will get the party going, get our palates ready (but not confused) for the food and wine to follow. Kick-off wine is generally something sparkling, an aperitif wine that is not too sweet and not too dry. Today, we reached for Zardeto Prosecco; crafted from the vineyards of the Conegliano hills of Italy, by a family whose wine legacy can be traced nearly 100 years.

The Wine:

Zardetto Prosecco

Zardetto Prosecco

A beautiful pale-yellow diamond color in the glass with lively bubbles; aromas of fresh linen breezes with light fruit flavors of apricot, white peach and honeydew mellon. The finish is lively, leaving your palate ready for another sip!
100% Glera | Stainless Steel fermentation | Alcohol 11.5% | Retails $16

Many thanks to WINEBOW, Fabio Zardetto and  Winemaker Renzo Moret for providing the Wine.

About Wine Everyday

Eileen Gross is the Chief Financial Officer for a financial services and risk management firm in Washington, DC. A 1983 Graduate of Fordham University, she is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a contributing writer for, is a member of the Society of Wine Educators and The Wine Century Club.
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One Response to LaZy Sunday sipping Zardetto Prosecco

  1. My favorite prosecco! This reminds me to go get a bottle because I always like to have one on hand.

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