It’s a belter of a Prosecco, given that it combines a level of complexity alongside thirst-quenching drinkablity. Musky perfume, brine, smoke, lemon biscuits and white peach. It’s playful, feels a little juicy, but also quite dry and saline, has a refreshing lightly sparkling mineral water bubble, and finishes dry, crisp and long. Flat out delicious. 93 points - Gary Walsh
REVIEWS 'It’s about as good an example of Prosecco as you’d get, to my tastes. It’s dry and briny, with fine bubbles and gentle chalky texture, bright fruit, clean lines, a musky perfume in there along with ripe lemon and green pear. The finish is very refreshing, clean and crunchy. It’s very excellent. So smashable, and not tiring. Highly recommended.' 93 Points - Gary Walsh, The Wine Front
WINE DESCRIPTION Prosecco... from the Eden Valley? No, you ain't dreaming, but if anyone can nail this classic Italian bubbles, it is Dominic Torzi. This is the third incarnation, and possibly the best one yet. It is all about freshness, with the base fruit coming from some newly planted Glera vines in the higher elevations of the Eden foothills.
It has plenty of that saline, cantaloupe, musk and apple cider vibe going on, but it also has the citrus and chalk, and shortbread cookie thing too. Finished dry, with a kick of zippy acids, this is wicked drinking. If this isn't a staple for the coming Summer in the My Wine Guy offices (with requisite Aperol poured alongside) then we're in trouble. Get. On. It.
Nice work Dominic - good to see more Australian winemakers pushing the boundaries and finding their niche.