True to form, this Prosecco shows light floral aromatics, followed by stone fruit flavors and frothy effervescence on the palate. Delightful and fun, this is a perfect wine to have on hand for those unexpected guests and spur-of-the-moment get-togethers. While delicious on its own, this sparkler will also complement light hors d'oeuvres and brunch dishes.
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Although South African wine only became popular globally in the past few decades, its winemaking history dates back to the time of the Dutch East India Company. The first harvest was in 1659.