Let the golden bubbles flow as we toast our Olympic gold medal winners (and all the rest!) with a variety of delicious Proseccos. Versatile – they go with everything! – and so refreshing on these last days of summer! Raise your glass to Rio and enjoy!
Here are a variety of delicious Proseccos to try in the cocktail or by themselves. These well-priced Proseccos are versatile and so refreshing on these last warm days of summer.
Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore
D.O.C.C Extra Dry
Beautiful color of light straw with a touch of pale green. Gently sweet and fresh on the palate, this prosecco is extremely smooth and well balanced with a lovely fruity finish of mature golden apples. Very versatile, it can be enjoyed as an aperitif or sipped while enjoying a sweet bite at the close of a meal.
Bianca Vigna $14
Prosecco Brut 2014
Pleasantly full and creamy with notes of crisp green apple and pear. Brilliant pale yellow with green reflections. Perfectly paired with a variety of appetizers such as bruschetta, prosciutto and fig, and mini asparagus quiches as well as most seafood dishes. A fine finish to a meal alongside a fruit and cheese platter.
Prosecco Gancia $15
An elegant sparkling wine. Light yellow with a touch of green. Fresh, smooth and well balanced with a fruity finish of ripe golden apples.
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- Category: Cocktails
- 2 oz. Cachaça
- 1 ½ oz. Prosecco DOC (see below)
- 2 teaspoons raw sugar (such as turbinado or Demerara)
- 7 green grapes
- 4 lime wedges
- In cocktail shaker, add lime wedges, 5 grapes, and sugar. Muddle until fruit is crushed and juices are released. Add cachaça and ice, and shake vigorously for 25 seconds. Pour into old-fashioned glass and top with Prosecco DOC. Garnish with remaining grapes and serve immediately.
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