Labelled as a Sekt. Pale silvery gold/green in color. There is a nice row of small bubbles at the rim of the glass. The mousse dissipates rapidly. The nose is a bit soapy with light green apples. Its much more intense on the palate with tart green apples. Pretty crisp, this would go well with a wide variety of foods. The tart finish livens up the palate and entices the drinker to have another sip. At under $20, this is a nice value in sparkling wine. A bit less fruity and more tart than a Prosecco or a Cava in the same prices range.
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