Prosecco Spritz seems to be a booming product category at the moment. Brown Brothers has one, so does Chandon and Yellowglen and I’ve previously reviewed Santaro’s version. Today I’m looking at Jacob’s Creek Prosecco Spritz.
I’m not totally clear on the winemaking process with these but the idea seems to be to make Prosecco then somehow add some botanical and fruit
It’s a summery drink, really, so this is an odd time of year to be reviewing it but I had some in front of me recently so wrote a tasting note. Personally, I’ve found all of these “Spritz” wines, if we can call them wines, to be great. They are easy to drink and low alcohol, which means you can enjoy more without entering hangover territory.
The Review: Jacob’s Creek Prosecco Spritz
There’s a fruity, sweet nose with a dominant bitter orange note. It’s pleasant and well balanced on the palate. There’s a slight bitterness on the finish that wouldn’t normally be