N.V. Borgoluce Prosecco Lampo

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Dry, crisp, vivacious - this isn`t just any old prosecco we`re selling because it`s cheap. In fact, the Borgoluce Lampo is startlingly good at the money. Borgoluce is based in Corte Lavadigna, north of Venice. The Lampo is made within the Treviso DOC inside the Veneto. The grape variety used to make prosecco used to be called Prosecco, but these days that`s the wine and the grape is called Glera. Despite disputes about origins of the variety, nobody has ever disagreed about the quality of the drink it can produce if properly handled - Lampo is proof of that. (NT 28/04/16)
Producer
Borgolucce
Origin
Susegana, Treviso, Veneto, Sparkling wine, Champagne/sparkling wine ITALY
Colour
white
Wine Style
dry
Dominant Grape
Glera
Farming Style
organic
Closure Style
cork
Maturity
ready
Bottle Size
75cl
Case Quantity
6
Alcohol
11.5%
Wine Score
89 points, Eric Guido, vinous.com, December 2021
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N.V. Borgoluce Prosecco Lampo

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Eric Guido

The NV Brut Prosecco Lampo is very pretty yet understated, with nuances of peach skins, gingery spice and dusty dried flowers. This fills the palate with a luxurious bead of fine bubbles, while balancing salty minerals against ripe orchard fruits. It tapers off with medium length and is nicely refreshing as a subtle twang of candied citrus lingers. The Lampo is very easy to like. 89 points

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