Thursday, March 29, 2018

Consumer Critique: Santa Margherita Sparkling Wine

Santa Margherita has several varieties that are perfect for spring entertaining.  

Pinot Grigio: With its straw yellow color, clean intense aroma, and dry golden apple taste, our signature Pinot Grigio is full of authentic, flavorful personality. This wine is a clean, lovely, and perfect to start any occasion. It goes wonderfully with fresh cheeses, seafood, pasta, and rice dishes, as well as white meats, sushi and soufflés. ($24.99)

Sparkling Rosé: A pink hue introduces a subtle succession of floral fragrances lifted by white fruits and delicate hints of red berry fruits, while offering a versatile drinking experience. A tasty, aromatic aperitif, and an exciting companion for your food explorations, Santa Margherita's Sparkling Rosé pairs perfectly with savory Italian appetizers, complex seafood dishes, and spicy, exotic seasoning of East Asian cuisines. ($29.99) 

Prosecco Superiore DOCG: A sparkling wine with a clean, pleasantly fruity bouquet, reminiscent of rennet apples and peach blossom. Its flavor is rounded and well-balanced. Perfect as an aperitif, Santa Margherita's Prosecco Superiore DOCG is ideal with seafood or cheese appetizers. Its mellow versatility also brings flavorful sparkle to a small plate brunch or your favorite rich dessert. ($27.99) 

I had a chance to try out the last kind, and I liked it. @hile I'm certainly no professional wine connoisseur, I do know that I typically like wines that are a little sweeter. This worked well with dessert - it was sweet enough to complement, without being so sweet as to overpower the dessert. It's definitely a wine I'd serve to my family when getting together for a special occasion.

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