Kirkland Signature

Asolo Superiore Prosecco

8.5135 ratings
8.38 pro ratings
Italy
Prosecco
Pork
Top Notes For
Aaron Keller

Honestly, this is as good of a prosecco as you'll find at this price. It is slightly off dry, but drinks solidly. No need to be a snob about it, it's good juice.

Honestly, this is as good of a prosecco as you'll find at this price. It is slightly off dry, but drinks solidly. No need to be a snob about it, it's good juice.

5 people found it helpfulJul 10th, 2015
Wine101Hamden

Still not impressed with the #KirklandBrand of #wines. This #Prosecco clocks in at a whopping $6.99 (sarcasm abound) and is light across the board between flavor profile to nose to palate. I'm getting something of a wet sponge after you clean the black boards in detention. Not overly appealing but then again nothing horribly offensive. This #Prosecco would be better suited for brunch #mimosa or Bellini cocktails. Again, it's $6.99 and one could say that's the reasoning but I've had #Cava from #TotalWines in the same price point that drank better, with more character. #justsayin

Still not impressed with the #KirklandBrand of #wines. This #Prosecco clocks in at a whopping $6.99 (sarcasm abound) and is light across the board between flavor profile to nose to palate. I'm getting something of a wet sponge after you clean the black boards in detention. Not overly appealing but then again nothing horribly offensive. This #Prosecco would be better suited for brunch #mimosa or Bellini cocktails. Again, it's $6.99 and one could say that's the reasoning but I've had #Cava from #TotalWines in the same price point that drank better, with more character. #justsayin

4 people found it helpfulJan 11th, 2015
Sofia Horvath

Ok. I prefer drier. Pineapple and banana.

Ok. I prefer drier. Pineapple and banana.

Jun 21st, 2015
Paul Mason

Light, refreshing good with spicy food. Melon and lemongrass on the nose. Not complex but a really good hot day sparkler or bubbly by itself or for belinis or the like.

Light, refreshing good with spicy food. Melon and lemongrass on the nose. Not complex but a really good hot day sparkler or bubbly by itself or for belinis or the like.

May 4th, 2015
John Howard

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

8.2

Dryer than the last bottling, In a good way. Still decent qpr, but a bit one dimensional.

Dryer than the last bottling, In a good way. Still decent qpr, but a bit one dimensional.

Jan 22nd, 2015
Eric Hwang

A bit off-dry with evanescent effervescence. Any sweeter and it could pass for a Bartles & James wine cooler. Light, refreshing, and simple--I didn't really expect much for a $7 sparkler. After tasting some extravagant wines, this was a bit of a rude awakening to reality.

A bit off-dry with evanescent effervescence. Any sweeter and it could pass for a Bartles & James wine cooler. Light, refreshing, and simple--I didn't really expect much for a $7 sparkler. After tasting some extravagant wines, this was a bit of a rude awakening to reality.

Jan 19th, 2015
Jason Brater

Expected it to be worse but it's actually not all that bad. One note, but decent. Way better w some st Germain and a squeeze of an orange, though.

Expected it to be worse but it's actually not all that bad. One note, but decent. Way better w some st Germain and a squeeze of an orange, though.

Dec 25th, 2018
Mark Seeber

Dry, pear, rustic, hits the spot on a hot day. $7

Dry, pear, rustic, hits the spot on a hot day. $7

Jul 26th, 2018
Daniel Wisner

Don't even get it twisted. This stuff is $6.99, tasty enough, and quenching for this already present Louisiana heat.

Don't even get it twisted. This stuff is $6.99, tasty enough, and quenching for this already present Louisiana heat.

May 20th, 2018
DCH
9.0

Can't complain for $7.

Can't complain for $7.

Mar 17th, 2018