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NV Barefoot Champagne & Sparkling Wine "Bubbly Prosecco" (11/14)

Winery: Barefoot

Vintage: NV

Wine Name/Vineyard: "Bubbly Prosecco" (11/14)

Wine Category: Champagne & Sparkling Wine

Grape blend: 100% Glera

Region: Italy

State or country: Italy

Price: $12

Cases produced: unknown

KWG Score: 86 (based on 1 review)

Average Virtual Score: 95 (based on 1 review)

Ken's Wine Rating: Good (86)

Review date: November 8, 2014

Wine Review: Barefoot NV Sparkling Wine “Bubbly Prosecco” $12 (86) The Barefoot Prosecco is the most impressive of all the wines from the Barefoot Bubbly lineup. The nose is light with hints of white flower petals, honeysuckles and white peaches. The palate is very inviting displaying notes of ripe starfruit, meyer lemons, and white grapefruit. The mid-palate is refreshing with plenty of acidity. The finish, although not long, lingers for a bit. By far Barefoot’s best effort. - Nicolay

Winemaker Notes: Tastes & Delights: Barefoot Bubbly Prosecco is a crisp and inviting sparkling wine with soft citrus flavors that dance through delicate bubbles. Time To Uncork: Anytime! Perfect Partners: Keep it sweet with some fresh fruit or heat it up with your favorite spicy dish

Organic status: not organic

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