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Wine of the Week: Villa Rogole Brut Prosecco, Non-vintage March 17, 2011

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Sparkling wines can be considered fundamentally the same as Champagne except for one very important difference.  They are not grown or produced in the Champagne region of France.  Sparkling wines can be sourced from all over the world and tend to offer excellent values for everyday consumption.  This Italian Prosecco is one such example.  Prosecco is made from an ancient white grape called “Prosecco” and is produced in the Veneto region of Italy.

This dry and aromatic Prosecco offers refreshing citrus notes of fresh squeezed lemons with seemingly endless amounts of crisp green apples and an undertone of lusciously concentrated ripe pears.  The finish demonstrates additional flavors of lime zest with a hint of dried yellow apple and supportive notes of jasmine and honeysuckle.  Once you compare this to other sparkling wines at twice the price, you’ll quickly discover the value in this delicious bubbly!

Special Offering:

Villa Rogole Brut Prosecco, Non-vintage
Available at Almost All Centennial and Big Daddy’s Locations
Sale Price $12.99.  Retail $14.99. Save $2.00

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