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La Diva Bollicina Corvina Rosato Frizzante Verona 2022 Wine - Last Bottle

La Diva Bollicina Corvina Rosato Frizzante Verona 2022

Under $15 Italian Frizzante

$14
$26

Retail

46
Flavor Profile: Cherries, strawberries, graphite, fresh cream, shaved almonds, candied grapefruits, and a kiss of raspberry and honey
Time on Lees: 15 days
Dosage: 8.1 g/L

Why We Love It...

Just like all those comic book movies – we too, have an origin story. It begins with Marta Magnabosco, at the glorious Ca’erto estate (known as Montetodo in Italy) just over a year ago. She wrapped up our tasting with a pour of glorious frizzante and announced “We have sadly reached the last bubbles.” Mere minutes later, we had secured the domain, and registered the name Last Bubbles with our very sleepy and disoriented attorney back in the States. A few months after that… we were off, and the rest, as they say, is history. Today, we’re taking a trip via wine glass back to where it all began, with a brand new frizzante rosato, from the very same Magnabosco family!

The Magnabosco family is prized for making some of the best Soave Classico in the world, but they’ve been making a fair bit of Italian “spumante” wines that simply defy any cost for quality computations or algorithms. The rolling hills of Veneto are their domain, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a nicer, funnier, or more gracious family in all of Italy (and that’s saying something)!

This is 100% corvina – from a 12 hectare, dry-farmed, organic plot in the Magnabosco family’s holdings in Veneto that sits on nutrient poor, stress-inducing, volcanic soils at an elevation of some 450 meters above sea level. The corvina grape is rarely seen as a rosé, especially a bubbly one, and you are far more likely to encounter it as the base of a heady Amarone, or other Valpolicella red. I’m not complaining though, this is delightful! Soft and delicate, with a deep core of fruit reserves, bursting with aromas of cherries and strawberries that follow onto the palate, then additional accents of graphite, fresh cream, shaved almonds, candied grapefruits, and a kiss of raspberry and honey sweetness. The fizz is just rambunctious enough to distribute the flavors across the entire palate, and the finish is carried by a bright and linear acidity that cleanses between sips. It is just so much fun to drink – and simply an exceptional value for the Under $15 category! The Magnabosco family amazes yet again, now we just need to be back in Veneto with the Magnabosco family to make it all complete!

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Technical Details

Country: Italy
Region: Veneto
Appellation: Veneto
Varietal: Corvina
Alcohol: 12%
Pair it with: N’duja and parmesan flat bread

About the Producer

Since 1820, Ameztoi has been the most respected producer in the region of Getariako Txakolina. They produce both traditional wines in large barrels and they were the inventor of rosé txakolina and one of the first to do méthode traditionnelle sparkling wines in the region. They own 20 hectares of vineyards planted high on the seaside cliffs of the village of Getaria. Ignacio Ameztoi is fifth generation and has played an important role in the development and innovation in Getariako Txakolina over the last 10 years.

La Diva Bollicina Corvina Rosato Frizzante Verona 2022

$14
$26

Retail

46

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