Mike Filigenzi (Sacto) wrote:Prosecco
Gary Barlettano wrote:Thanks for the link, Mike. Good timing, too! We had lunch outside in the courtyard at Tra Vigne in St. Helena on Sunday and just for the fun of it started with a taste of prosecco. It really hit the spot on a warm afternoon! They had a fizzy moscato d'alba there, too, but, as it was somewhat sweet, it wasn't quite as refreshing as the prosecco which was light and dry.
James Roscoe wrote:It's a tough life Peter, but someone has to do it. Have fun!
Peter May wrote:James Roscoe wrote:It's a tough life Peter, but someone has to do it. Have fun!
Talk about tough!
Seems we've clearded them out of their bottled Prosseco. Sincere apologies, but would the house Prosseco be satisfactory? A glass was poured for me to approve.
It came from a tap on the bar - just like a beer tap !
A couple of carafes later we opinied that is was sweeter and not as good as the bottled stuff (but half the price)
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