If you are looking to Prosecco as an alternative to Champagne, this is the one to go for. Super fresh, juicy, sherbert and lovely bubbles. This fully-sparkling example of Prosecco is pure and bone dry with gentle yet enticing orchard fruit aromas. The palate has a lovely soft, full texture with a touch of peach on the finish and great balance.
Amid the Prosecco smile-inducing ocean of frizzante and spumante being churned out to meet the fizz-drinking public’s insatiable demand, Proseccos of distinction are not easy to come by. How does a producer distinguish himself from the crowd? Well, going organic certainly helps, but what separates La Jara from the other Proseccos out there is that fruit quality is absolutely paramount. Cited by Matthew Jukes as his favourite producer in the region, La Jara shows a pride in its product that is becoming all too rare in Prosecco.
FROM THE PRESS
“This high quality little producer a name to look for. Bright and fresh, with precise apple and apricot notes on the soft mouthfeel.”Ian d'Agata, Decanter
“Winner Best Prosecco Trophy!”Falstaff Magazine 2019, Austria's most respected wine magazine
“Brilliant light yellow. Enticing nose showing a pronounced mineral dimension and delicate floral and fruity notes in the background. Ethereal palate with clearly delineated, crisp, precise aromas. Natural sensation, lemony mid-palate, lingering finish.”Gold Medal, Gilbert and Gaillard International Wine Competition 2019