Pale straw, yet youthful for an aged style of Prosecco, hinting at the serious nature of the style; the bouquet delves into a touch of toasty complexity, underpinned by ample levels of pear, and struck quartz mineral complexity; the palate reveals the complete story, with generous mouth filling bubbles on entry, zesty citrus fruit on the mid palate, and inviting blanched almonds on the dry and chalky finish; beautifully constructed and a fitting tribute to Otto’s heritage.
Each Dal Zotto wine is the blend of three elements - family, tradition and innovation - with one overarching philosophy - your origins are just as important as your future. The Dal Zotto philosophy begins with what is closest to our hearts - family. From rural life in Italy, to settling in the King Valley, to pioneering Italian grape varieties, the journey has been a shared one. Along the way, from the good times at the table to our appetite for discovery in the vineyard and winery, it is "La Famiglia" that has brought it all together. We invite you to join us on this journey, pull up a chair at the family table, savour both the tradition and innovation in our wines and share our stories.
JAMES HALLIDAY - HALLIDAY'S WINE COMPANION
Secondary fermentation in bottle and aged 18 months then disgorged, resulting in a delicious and really smart drink. It’s crisp, very dry and spine tinglingly fresh. Wafts of camomile and lemon blossom. It has complexity yet vibrancy with a lightning-rod of acidity right through the middle. L’immigrante sets the standard for this style of prosecco in Australia.
Attractive depth, poise and texture set this apart as a quality Aussie prosecco. The honeydew, pear and pastry aromas are so fresh and the crispness and focus of the palate is impressive. Drink now.