NV Andreola Verv Extra Dry Prosecco Treviso DOC

NV Andreola Verv Extra Dry Prosecco Treviso DOC

Antoine Huray

"Lovely mousse with fresh acidity on the palate. Elegant and fruity Prosecco."

Antoine Huray

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

"Lovely and juicy with apple character. Fresh and yum."

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

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Antoine Huray

"Lovely mousse with fresh acidity on the palate. Elegant and fruity Prosecco."

Antoine Huray

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

"Lovely and juicy with apple character. Fresh and yum."

Andrew Graham - ozwinereview.com

33% off RRP
$20.99 per bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $5.25 with More info
Taste Guarantee
Love it or your money back*
Free Delivery
On orders Over $300*
Sarah Linhart

"Tropical nose, with nice aromatics. A little fuller on the palate, with good acidity and a long finish."

Sarah Linhart


Johan Axlund

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Johan Axlund

The Andreola Verv Extra Dry Prosecco is class above most any other Prosecco. Made from handpicked grapes - rare in Prosecco winemaking - it comes from a family winery that dates back to 1984.

An extra-dry prosecco (not as "green" as some other Prosecco made in a Brut style), it will definitely make a gorgeous spritz. But if you are looking for a classic, hand-crafted Prosecco to make you feel like in Veneto, you're going to love this Andreola!

Tech stuff

11.0
Treviso
NV
Cork
Cellar to 2019
750ml

Light

Full

How's it taste?

The Andreola Verv Extra Dry Prosecco is class above most any other Prosecco. Made from handpicked grapes - rare in Prosecco winemaking - it comes from a family winery that dates back to 1984. When I first tasted the Andreola Verv Prosecco, I was astounded by the wide spectrum of flavours: granny smith apple, lime zest but also some floral notes and a pineapple touch. I was quite impressed by the beautifully refined mousse, clean palate and superb mineral finish. An extra-dry prosecco (not as "green" as some other Prosecco made in a Brut style), it will definitely make a gorgeous spritz. But if you are looking for a classic, hand-crafted Prosecco to make you feel like in Veneto, you're going to love this Andreola!

How was it made?

The passion for the vine and wine is the hallmark of this family business founded in 1984 by Nazarene Pola, set in the heart of Valdobbiadene DOC at Col San Martino and still follows their production from vineyard to cellar, expertly combining ancient methods and modern technology, the passion with reason. Stefano Pola continues today in the conduct of the company with the same philosophy of his father. An evolution that has led to Andreola and thorough understanding of the “character” of Prosecco, the evolution of the vine, its adaptability to different territory and climatic diversity. The focus is on producing wines of geographical typicality and minimal use of sulphur.

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