Giol Prosecco Frizzante Bianco IGT Veneto
There's something really special about drinking something fizzy with supper and this easy-going Prosecco Frizzante is a winner with a herb risotto or Ricotta and Spinach Crepes. Great fun and great value.
88 Points - Tom Cannavan, 'A truly different and truly enjoyable Prosecco, only frizzante - gently sparkling - rather than full-on spumante and closed with a regular driven cork rather than a Champagne-style stopper. Very crisp, clean, wtih an apple and citrus style, it's a grown up yet easy-drinking and food-friendly Prosecco.' Wine-pages.com July 2016
9 Best Organic Wines - 'Best Ever Prosecco' - Vanessa Chalmers, 'This is flamboyant Prosecco perfection. A common drink as a less expensive version of Champagne, which goes through more fermentation, Prosecco is soaring in sales. Prosecco is the name of the grape (also known as Glera), and a region in Veneto, Italy, where this particular bottle has come from- Sal Polo di Piave, a family estate. Its taste is clear, light, and fruity, despite being a Frizzante, which is semi-sparkling. Prosecco is an excellent choice to accompany desserts or appetizers, especially on a summers day. What’s more, it is lower in sugar, but is still full of character. We really loved this in the office, it disappeared very quickly on a Wednesday afternoon…' Healthista.com, December 2016
San Polo di Piave lies in the heart of the green and fertile Treviso countryside. The uniqueness of this corner of the Veneto owes to the fact that San Polo is located in a natural depression, 4 meters below the rest of the surrounding flat lands. The man behind Giol is Vittorio Carraro, a talented and charasmatic individual. His Prosecco wines are simply superb, clean and uplifting and his Pinot Grigio fresh and delicious. The family estate has been producing wines since 1427 and as he says - 'experience matters'!