Pale salmon all seashell and saltwater on the nose. So we have both river and ocean in one glass, boom. Jumpy but fine bubbles and same as nose but add in lilacs and raspberries so we are moving from water to land. Then the bubbles burst upon the tongue and we have sky. Am I missing any element? Nah, this is fire.
Well-priced fire to boot. Trentodoc I see you.
Update: just realized I reviewed this before but that was in relation to pairing with pizza. Which is fabulous at. But love it solo too! — a month ago
Very nice wine, especially considering Trentodoc isn't usually listed in the Italian sparkling wine section. I would love to find this again! — 5 years ago
With bready, yeasty notes as well as yellow-golden fruit flavours, this wine shows age in a nice way. I wouldn’t save it for later (go ahead now and give Trento a shot!). — 2 years ago
Crafted from 100% Chardonnay that is sustainably grown at high altitude, this sophisticated Trentodoc sparkler gives off delicate aromas of yellow apple, d’Anjou pear and smoke. It's clean and focused, with brisk bubbles and lively citrus undertones—white grapefruit pith lends tension to fuller, yeastier notes of wet dough that gradually subsides into a persistent and delightfully lingering finish of saline and chalk. 12.5% ABV | Sample — 5 years ago
My wife's absolutely favorite — 5 years ago