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Prosecco Asolo Extra Dry, Bele Casel, Veneto

Prosecco Asolo Extra Dry, Bele Casel, Veneto
Put bluntly: the difference between drinking this deliciously soft, spritely flowing white flower and greengage fruited Prosecco wine and that of a branded competitor is akin to sleeping on Egyptian cotton versus polyester sheets!

Right from the off you know you’re being treated to the real thing by the way this wine offers you clean fresh fruit on the nose; like staring into a mountain stream. And so it tumbles from the nose to the mouth, an endless roll of pure pulpy fruit, in exquisite harmony with the fresh white limestone and floral notes; the 16 grams of residual sugar perfectly interwoven as to be hidden. And for those armed with an iPhone, you can download the wine’s particulars by scanning the back label motif!
(David Berry Green, BBR Buyer)Bele Casel, Veneto


Jancis
17/20
Prosecco Asolo Extra Dry, Bele Casel, Veneto
Pale straw. Fresh and attractively perfumed on the nose. Strikes a near perfect balance. A lovely, fresh style, and exactly what straight Prosecco should be about. 17 g/l RS.
Walter Speller, Jancis Robinson, jancisrobinson.com, 31 Oct 2012

Jancis
17/20
Prosecco Asolo Extra Dry, Bele Casel, Veneto
What a beautiful glassful. This took me back to the glory days of prosecco. Too often these days prosecco tastes of nothing, or slightly industrial, or confected. Not this one – beautiful, dry, clear lines. Refreshing, too. Pass me a chunk of pecorino and slice of prosciutto to go with it.
Sparkling wine: the best alternatives to champagne for Christmas - Victoria Moore - Daily Telegraph - 23-Dec-2014

Jancis
17/20
Prosecco Asolo Extra Dry, Bele Casel, Veneto
Product: 8892
Maturity: Drink 2012-2014 (Drink now)
Origin: Italy » Veneto » Prosecco Map of the region
Producer: Bele Casel, Veneto
Grape Variety: Prosecco
Style: Light-Medium Bodied, Medium Dry, 11% alcohol
Closure Type: Cork
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Jancis
17/20
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Recomended absolutely delicious - this is my second order of the same. 17 October 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by A wine bursting with flavour Before I purchased this wine I read a review that compared it and lesser Prosecco as being the difference between sleeping in Egyptian cotton sheets and polyester. Even this did not prepare me for the absolute joy of drinking this wine. Served nice and chilled you experience an explosion of taste with the most dominant being that of apples with the hint of grapefruit giving it just the right amount of sharpness. A great little number. 06 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent buy, now ordering second batch. We bought this for our daughter's wedding on the recommendation of The Telegraph's Victoria Moore. Must be chilled to get the best taste, we love it! 26 August 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth every penny Tired of uninspiring supermarket fizz, so bought this for a family celebration. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the fizz and commented on the quality. No more cheap supermarket prosecco. Worth paying extra if you are planning to celebrate. 08 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Summer freshness Well-cooled Bele Casel prosecco with some friends visiting from abroad was just the thing for a sunny July Sunday. Dry with beautiful subtle fruit flavours including peach and grapefruit, I'd advise having a second bottle cooled and ready. It's relatively light in alcohol and we found it to be a refreshing and elegant addition to the occasion. 29 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by One of the most delightful proseccos available Surely one of the freshest, most vivacious clean finishing proseccos available. 13 June 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent aperitif Very fresh! Less artificial than other Proseccos, feels far less manufactured and steely; delicious grapefruit and zesty on the nose with a gentle finish. No harshness - and excellent value. 05 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of the best Proseccos I used to think you had to mix something with Prosecco to make it worth drinking. You'd buy a cheap Prosecco and rapidly decide you wouldn't want to drink it on its own. A recent trip to Venice opened my eyes (and taste buds) to the difference a good quality Prosecco makes. The good news is that this wine is up there with the best. The bad news is that the family like it, three of the twelve bottles have already gone so I'll need to buy some more soon. I trust Berry & Ruddeither won't run out of stock or find an equivalent substitute. 17 May 2014
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