2010 Silvano Follador Prosecco Brut

SKU #1017822 Wine Enthusiast

 This is an elegant Prosecco Brut with firm mineral notes backed by sharp acidity and cleansing effervescence. This wine would pair perfectly with pimiento-studded deviled eggs or fried chicken wings.  (6/2010)

K&L Notes

The very young brother-and-sister team of Silvano and Alberta Follador make one of the best Prosecco I have ever tasted! Their Organic Prosecco is magnificently balanced, delicate and features sophisticated fruit aromatics coupled with a minerality that gives a clean brightness to the palate. It is has hints of yeasty complexity without being ponderous. This is one hell of a sparkling wine and it makes THE perfect aperitivo-long, pure and refreshing. It makes you want to drink glass after glass. (Greg St.Clair, K&L Italian Buyer) Official Stats - 100% Prosecco; Residual Sugar 2grams per liter; Production 13,000 bottles

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Staff Image By: Kyle Kurani | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/30/2012 | Send Email
Beautifully made Prosecco with balance and grace, wonderfully refreshing.

Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/12/2012 | Send Email
Valdobbiadene is one of the best regions for the production of great Prosecco. The Silvano Brut is less sweet than many Proseccos on the market. It has the liviless and energy of the good Prosecco and is balanced out with nice dry finish. Great alone it will go well with chicken, pork or vegetarian dishes.

Staff Image By: Jacques Moreira | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/1/2012 | Send Email
Perhaps the very best Prosecco producer we have right now in the house. And I hear they now have a "cult" status in Italy

Staff Image By: Mari Keilman | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/31/2012 | Send Email
This isn't your grandma's prosecco! Accompanied by an abundance of upfront pear and quince on the palate, this bottle of bubbles is a star standout in a crowd of sweet competitors! Champagne fans take note...this prosecco will stand up to your favorite blanc de blancs.

Staff Image By: Jeff Garneau | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 1/26/2012 | Send Email
Now back in stock! For those of you who prefer a drier style of Prosecco, here you go. The Follador is a brut style rather than the more traditional "extra dry", which is a bit sweeter. The sweetness here comes from the ripeness of the fruit rather than any added sugar. Crisp, ripe green apple notes frame a bracingly refreshing mineral core. Serve well chilled. This is a classic aperitif, and a great way to begin a long evening of Italian food and wine. My advice? Buy two bottles, one for your guests to enjoy and one for you to drink in the kitchen as you cook.

Staff Image By: Christie Brunick | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/3/2010 | Send Email
My favorite sparkling wine that isn't Champagne! For just under $20 you get the most sophisticated and elegant Prosecco you've ever tasted! Beautiful texture on the mid palate,and almost bone dry, it reveals layers of crisp minerals and mouth-coating bubbles that will leave you in a very pleasurable state.

Staff Image By: Kirk Walker | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/28/2010 | Send Email
It's back! Everytime we get a new batch in, it seems to be better than the last. Cool clean and intense, adjectives that you usually don'e use for Prosecco! But this isn't any Prosecco. Get some while we have it!

Staff Image By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/6/2010 | Send Email
Its back!!! This is a prefect wine for this time of year. This Prosecco has been K & L’s best sellers since we started bringing it in Four years ago. There is melon and green apple and is crisp and floral on the palate, a long finish and its subtle mousse make this delicious wine a sure bet for your table. This wine will work well as an alternative to Champagne.

Staff Image By: David Driscoll | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/1/2009 | Send Email
All the fruit from in this prosecco is estate grown. The Folladors have decided not to source other fruit and make less wine in order to have complete control over the quality of their fruit. The grape for prosecco is prosecco, which few people seem to know. Fermenation is done in tank, rather than in bottle like champagne, in order to produce large quantities. In 2000, more than 250 million bottles were produced in DOC zone of Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, which recently was granted DOCG status, the highest quality guarantee a region can have. Because of the industrial-size scale of prosecco production, it was K&L’s goal to find a small hands-on operation to directly import. The Valdobbiadene is located northwest of Venice in the Veneto region.

Staff Image By: Steve Greer | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 7/25/2009 | Send Email
This is always my favorite prosecco each year and this is definitely my favorite brut prosecco in the store right now. Total production of Silvano Follador (which includes the Cartizze) is only 3600 cases. That means this won't last long. This is a very fragrant prosecco with beautiful texture and elegant fruit on the palate.

Staff Image By: Chiara Shannon | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/19/2008 | Send Email
This is a truly delicious sparkler. It is crisp, dry, and refreshing, with a beautiful, fine bead of bubbles and rich mousse. The flavors are more in the stone fruit vein, bright and lively, with a defined, underlying minerality that comes forward on the long finish. Much more complex and rewarding than your average prosecco; well worth it for under $20. A great party bubbly!
Drink from 2008 to 2010

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