Categorized | Macedon, other whites, Sparkling

Mount Towrong Prosecco 2008

I was recently asked whether any Australian region outside of the King Valley grows Prosecco – to which I answered, I don’t think so. Little did I know that there was a Macedon Ranges prosecco sitting on my desk at the time. Grown at 600 metres above sea level I believe. Price is something of a guesstimate.

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Alcohol : 11.5%
Price : $30
Closure : Crownseal
Drink : 2009 - 2011
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