The wines of Luca Paretti are grown in Italy’s top spot for sparkling wine, Treviso in the heart of Prosecco in the north. This is a fun little wine people are going to like. The Luca Paretti Sparkling Rose is a beauty and is flat out way too cheap for what’s in the bottle.
The big reason it flies under the radar at this price is due to the inaugural year of the Prosecco Rose designate, which this wine misses on an account of not being made with 85% Glera. No matter, this Merlot/Raboso blend puts to shame most of the Prosecco Roses I tasted– offering superior aromas of wild strawberry, melon fruit and a hint of jasmine. The bubbles are super tiny and refreshing making this one way too easy to drink.
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