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Kirkland Prosecco Review
There is nothing quite like having a good bottle of bubbly to celebrate a special occasion or if you want to indulge and have some fun.
And if I had to choose between Costco (Kirkland Signature) Champagne and Kirkland Signature Asolo Prosecco, I’d go with the Prosecco. And it’s not simply about the price, but also the taste!
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Costco Prosecco Quick Facts
- Classified as DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita), in short, it carries the highest classification for Italian wines.
- Made of Glera grapes from vineyards in Asolo in the Veneto region of northern Italy, close to the country’s Alps area
- Although Prosecco only needs to be 85% Glera, Kirkland Signature Prosecco doesn’t mention any grape varietal used in the production.
- Designated ‘Superiore,’ meaning it has 0.5% higher ABV than it would otherwise
- Extra-dry white sparkling Italian wine
- Find it on shelves of any local Costco! It’s available exclusively at Costco.
- Available in a rare, massive Kirkland Prosecco 3L for $30 or just about 24 glasses of Prosecco in one giant bottle
- Also available in Kirkland Signature Prosecco Rose DOC (with vintage designation)
Costco Prosecco (Kirkland Signature) Review
Kirkland Signature is Costco’s home brand, and for sparkling wines that you can get for a modest price tag of around $7, you might not find a better and more versatile bottle of wine much cheaper than this one.
It’s rare as most DOCG Prosecco cost twice as much and sometimes even more.
Although the price is an appealing factor, this Prosecco provides what you need from a sparkling wine – elegantly sparkling with gorgeous citrusy aromas, lots of bubbles that lead to a dry, refreshing finish.
Overall, an affordable bubbly – cheaply priced but NOT cheap-tasting wine.
Drink it on its own to start off the dinner a little bubblier, or pair it with many appetizers. It’s a good sparkling wine to celebrate an occasion, and you can purchase it in bulk for a good price for all your parties.
But most importantly, you can use this Prosecco as a base for different tasty cocktails such as Bellini, mimosa, and many mixed drinks!
Costco Prosecco Tasting Notes
This wine has aromas and flavors of pear, green apple, citrus, and toast. And there is a good acidity to it along with some floral and mineral notes on the finish.
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