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 a 1983 Graduate of Fordham University and retired Financial Professional. She is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences with private wine tastings and on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a member of the Society of Wine Educators, The Wine Century Club and a contributor at
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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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