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Wine review: Ca’ di Rajo Extra Dry Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Superiore 2012, Italy


Just to be clear, "extra dry" in sparkling wine parlance means a little sweeter than bone dry, as in "brut." And this does start with subtly sweet, ripe pear, with a pleasantly rounded palate that turns satisfyingly dry on the chalky-dusty finish. A balanced, serious and elegant prosecco.

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