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Color & Clarity
The Mionetto Prosecco Brut is greenish-yellow with nice clarity and strong carbonation.
The aromas of the Mionetto Prosecco Brut are very low in intensity. There are slight hints of fruity, possibly apple.
The Mionetto Prosecco Brut has lively acidity and low flavor intensity. There are slight fruit flavors in the background, but nothing clearly identifiable.
The Sartori DiVerona Pinot Noir 2006 is a nice ruby red color with a hint of purple around the edges. Like the aroma, the flavor of the Sartori DiVerona Pinot Noir is dominated by berries, spices, and vanilla. It's a dry, full-bodied wine with strong tannins. Overall the Sartori DiVerona Pinot Noir 2006 is a decent wine to pair with a variety of foods, though it doesn't have any synergy either.
There are slight floral flavors in San Giuseppe's Pink Pinot Grigio that leave a nice tingling in the mouth. This light-bodied rosé is dry with a marked, lively acidity that is refreshing to drink in most circumstances. It's unquestionably drier than San Giuseppe's regular Pinot Grigio.
San Giuseppe's Pinot Grigio is an easy drinking, refreshing white wine that pairs reasonably well with a wide variety of foods. Some pairings are a bit better than others, but you can probably choose almost anything to eat with this Pinot Grigio and enjoy it.
With the right glass, the Riunite Lambrusco produces a strong, almost overwhelming aroma of berries - probably strawberries, but perhaps a more generic mixture of blackberries and raspberries. Riunite Lambrusco has a fairly simple taste, much sweeter than most red wines with weak tannins and flavors of cherry, berry, and perhaps a little plum. Red wines are typically served warmer, but Riunite Lambrusco is best served very cold.
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