The label covers several winemaking families across Italy, in areas like Collio, Chianti, Abruzzo, Langhe and Venice.
The Vino dei Fratelli "extra dry" Prosecco was made from 100% Glera grapes grown in Italy's Veneto region and harvested in 2016. Fermentation took place in stainless steels tanks, with no introduction of oak. Alcohol is predictably low at 11% abv and the wine sells for $18.
The Vino dei Fratelli Prosecco pours up with nice bubbles which quickly dissipate. The nose is a riot of apples, flowers, lemons and limes. The palate is fruity and clean with a brisk acidity that lends to the wine's festive nature. Citrus on the finish leaves a great taste in the mouth.