NV Soar Prosecco
South Eastern Australia
A little about me
Floral and tropical fruit aromas with a touch of honeycomb. The palate is light and spritzy with a flavoursome and crisp finish. Pairs beautifully with a charcuterie grazing platter, prosciutto wrapped cantaloupe or lightly fragrant salads.
Where I'm from
Prosecco was first grown in Australia in the late ’90s. Today, prosecco is grown across 11 Australian regions. Most are located in north-eastern Victoria, including the King Valley, where Italian immigrants turned more resolutely to commercial viticulture. Australian Prosecco production has grown over time. Today, more than 120 hectares are cultivated for the production of 20 million bottles. In the New World, Australia ranks as the second-largest producer. The Italian roots are strong, and the wineries unite together to promote the area and its products. There is even a “Prosecco Road”, a route for enjoying the hospitality and prosecco across wineries in the region. The approach of winemaker makers should be a positive example for many Italian wineries, with Australian prosecco certainly not of exceptional quality.
|Regions||South Eastern Australia|
|Liquor Style||Light Sparkling|