Showing the lovely Prosecco characters of lemon sherbert, grapes, stonefruits and white flowers. The palate is fruity and on the fuller side with a dry finish. This will satisfy a wide range of palates because it is just so easy to drink. Serve with mild cheese, grapes or nothing at all.
The Furlan family winery was established in the early 1930s. They are located on the hills of Conegliano the heart of quality Prosecco. Not surprisingly they make some outstanding Prosecci but also whites and reds from the local regions of Veneto.
Is the name of the region and grape variety used to make it in Italy. By using the cheaper charmat method to make the wines and in recent times pushing up the quality, the Italians have cornered the ‘poor person’s Champagne’ market. Look out of the variety to change name to Glera in the next few years.