Friday, 23 March 2012

Prosecco: Something for the Weekend



How lucky we are this year compared to last that the end of March finds us enjoying warm sunshine with lots more on the way. I am planning to drag the barbecue from its hibernation tomorrow and fire up the coals once again. An early supper, a celebration of summer in the late afternoon. The welcome thought of long warm days is tantalizingly close now and with it the promise of lazy lunches in the sun accompanied by fresh salads and BBQ favourites. 
What better than a cold crisp glass of Prosecco from Villa Teresa, to toast the start of summertime on Sunday? Il Biologico-wines from Villa Teresa are produced by the Tonon family in the Veneto region, the best area for the Prosecco grape, just north of Venice. All Villa Teresa wines are characterized by being well-made, well rounded and very easy to drink. Perfect as an apéritif or easy accompaniment to that Friday night sushi. Of course, this weekend our household will be popping a bottle or two outside in the garden alongside the beautifully cooked organic steaks and freshest roast vegetable salads. I can't wait.  



Prosecco from Villa Teresa boxes are available to order now online from www.aarstiderne.com
6 bottles.
450 kr


Comment by Berlingske Tidende wine tests in Summer 2005: "Subtle nose with hints of apples and a hint of grapefruit. Lovely clean sparkling wine from northern Italy. Super as an apéritif".


Grapes: Prosseco
Year: 2004
Alcohol: 11% vol
Blow Sweetness: 12 g / l
SO2: Fri: 25 mg / l Total: 83 mg / l EU max. 210 mg / l
Culture: Organic
Certification: AIAB


(SMcW)

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