Giol - NV
It is a good all-round wine, although it expresses its best when accompanying light dishes, especially soft cheeses and shellfish, or marinated scampi or fish.
Pale straw-yellow in colour, it has a subtle, fine perlage. The bouquet reveals elegant aromas of white flowers and subtle hints of fruit, with a light note of dried hay, slender and dry on the palate, it is well-rounded and balanced.
87 Points – The Wine Gang, ‘An interesting style from Prosecco country, only very gently frizzante, the crisp apple acidity is accentuated, in a dry and really interesting, almost Txakoli style.’ June 2016