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Sunday, 17 August 2014

Torzi Matthews Prosecco 2014

A new addition to both the Torzi Matthews portfolio and the Eden Valley. Made in the traditional (Charmat) method, where the wine is both barrel fermented, then transferred to tank for a secondary fermentation under pressure. Vines are youngsters at three years old. 4300 bottles produced.

Lovely pear and apple aromatics floating out, I shared this with some friends over a pear and walnut salad, not a bad match - a delightful aperitif style.

Pretty light-on, a gentle tickle across the palate, plenty of pear with a suggestion of some stone-fruit. It's light, yet retains enough interest to be a pleasure. 89

Tasted on: Wednesday 13th August, Flower transitioning to Leaf day
Source: Sample
Price: $25
Alcohol: 12%
Closure: DIAM

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