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Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero
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Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero

$12.80$9.95
 
Robert Parker 90
"This effusively fruity, light-bodied offering offers terrific floral notes, persistent effervescence, and a clean, delicate finish. There is not much body or weight in this crystal clean, pure, sparkling white. It is an ideal aperitif to enjoy over the next year. It is an amazing Prosecco"

Prosecco Spago Nero is an effusively fruity, light bodied offering bringing terrific floral notes, persistent effervescence and a clean delicate finish. There is perfect body and weight in ... read more
Item ID: #4543
Shelf at store19c
Size: 750mL (bubbly)
Closure: Cork

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Robert Parker 90
"This effusively fruity, light-bodied offering offers terrific floral notes, persistent effervescence, and a clean, delicate finish. There is not much body or weight in this crystal clean, pure, sparkling white. It is an ideal aperitif to enjoy over the next year. It is an amazing Prosecco"

Prosecco Spago Nero is an effusively fruity, light bodied offering bringing terrific floral notes, persistent effervescence and a clean delicate finish. There is perfect body and weight in this crystal clean, pure sparkling wine. It is an ideal aperitif to enjoy any day of the year. It is simply amazing.

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1792 Ridgemont Reserve is a Kentucky straight Bourbon whiskey produced by the Barton 1792 Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky. The brand and distillery are owned by the Sazerac Company.[1] It is part of a line of small-batch bourbons aimed at the high-end liquor market.

When originally introduced, the bourbon carried a "Small Batch Aged 8 years" statement on the back label and "8-year-old" in the text printed on the back of the bottle. In December 2013, the age statement was dropped from the label and replaced with the wording "small batch bourbon whiskey" and the term "8-year-old" was removed from the text. It is 93.7 proof (46.85% content of alcohol). The name of the bourbon is a reference to the year Kentucky became a state. 1792 is the Official Toasting Bourbon of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival. This bourbon is positioned as a super-premium one,[2] and the pricing policy makes it a competitor to Knob Creek or Woodford Reserve. This reflects the general trend in bourbon production, resulting from competition with single malt whisky,[3] which makes small batch bourbons a big business

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Reviews (7)

Tiffany

The perfect prosecco for brunch and mimosas! Cheers!

Ira

Excellent Prosecco

Jacqueline

Refreshing and enjoyable to drink!

Julie

Love it

Mark

"Sunday morning Mimosa's you can't beat this sparkler from Italy :) !!"

Tara

private review

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