The King Valley is now the premier region in Australia for Italian varietals and Crismont are among the group leading the charge. This bubbly is true to style; light, fun and with loads of orange and strawberry sherbet flavours.
It's grown at about 300 metres above sea level on vines that are now nearly ten years old. It now comes in a proprietary 'King Valley' prosecco bottle, which is lovely to see - a real sign of confidence/harmony for the region. Reckon they are bang on with this release. It's fine and crisp but not at all lacking in flavour. Red apples galore. Some bready complexity. More than an ounce of finesse. More-ish lisp of fruit sweetness. Tick tick tick.
Vintage: Non Vintage Score: 90 points
Source: The Wine Front
Fresh straw, with a touch of lemon; clean and vibrant, varietal and forward; easy, early drinking.
Vintage: Non Vintage Score: 88 points
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