2021 Prosecco (Dry Sparkling White)


7th Release

Barossa’s new chic aperitif

Prosecco is the traditional sparkling wine of Veneto in northern Italy. Unlike Champagne, Prosecco is made using the Martinotti /Charmat method, which is tank fermented as opposed to bottle fermented which gives its aperitif (before food) origin of lively freshness.

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Region  Barossa
Sub-Region Angaston
Vintage Base Vintage: 2021 / Bottled May 2021
Vineyard Practices Family traditional responsible farming methods with a diet of composts, native grasses & flora as ground cover, low water imput and natural sprays for diseases.
Soil Limestone & Quartz
Trellis System Single wire
Variety Prosecco
Alc/vol 12.0%
Closure Cork
Yield per Vine 5 kg / 4 ton per acre
Altitude 380 metres
Wine Making Hand picked, whole bunch pressed and natural cold settling for 12 days then racked with little solids for natural ferment at 13c for 4 weeks with lees aging for a further 4 weeks for added texture, roundness and complexity. Final super charged base wine completion was transferred to tank for pressurised secondary fermentation to produce its natural occurring fine bubbly beads (Prosecco’s traditional Martinotti / Charmat method).
Beautifully frothy and bright with a greenish sliver streak with excellent persistent bead. Aromatically lively with stone fruits, lime and white flowers. Wonderfully bright with orchard fruits, melon, apples and lime. Finishes dry, fresh & rounded, with excellent acidity, texture, weight & persistence.
Vintage Great to see timely rainfall in the Eden with falls being during critical times of the vines production. Excellent fruit set, canopy cover and a mild long dry summer has produced glamour fruit with amazing flavours and natural holding acidity sees this 2021 Prosecco release continue its stardom qualities.


The Wine front – Gary Walsh May 2021

Simple pleasures done well, is something I appreciate in wine. This is perfumed and a little musky and grapey, lemon rind and apple, then it pulls all chalky and saline, tastes pretty much dry, sports a fine set of bubbles, and has a pretty long salted cracker aftertaste. In terms of quality, it’s up there with the best examples, which may or may not be damning it with faint praise, but gee it’s a lovely thing to drink.

So refreshing.

Ozwine Review – Andrew Graham MW August 2021

Can Dom Torzi do no wrong? This is hood Prosecco, from the Eden Valley. Believe it.
Has an apple juice fruit varietal character – much more low yielding than your usual Prosecco and it shows.
Maybe a little broad on the finish compared to the piercing energy of the best from Valdobbiadene, but the intensity of this is excellent.

The finish too is long and varietal. High quality.