Silverdale, WA 11% alc. (Purchased on 12/27/14)
Color & Clarity: Brilliant pale golden with an abundance of tiny bubbles.
Aromas: Slightly closed nose is more fruity than yeasty, but not overly fruity; shows some peach and grapefruit aromas.
Flavors: Little yeast and more fruit with flavors of grapefruit, peach and slightly bitter almond in a bone dry package.
Texture: It shows a mildly foamy mousse; moderate acidity, so it’s not overy tart and lemony. Not a lot of extract in terms of texture; more light and fanciful…a quaffer.
Finish: Clean, dry finish. A decent food bubbly.
I could find nothing of any consequence about this wine on the internet. I found a fair amount of info about their extra dry Prosecco, but not the brut spumante (which means only sparkling wine in Italian; not to be confused with Asti Spumante made from Muscat grapes). Just guessing, I’d say this wine might well be made from Pinot Grigio, as it does have similar qualities.