Pizzolato Fields Organic 90 Point Best Buy Prosecco – Wine Enthusiast’s Top 100 Best Buys of 2020
We are excited to announce that our Italian organic wine Pizzolato Fields Brut Prosecco appears as #9 on Wine Enthusiast’s Top 100 Best Buys of 2020. Pizzolato Fields Prosecco was given 90 Points by the prestigious Wine Enthusiast magazine. The Best Buy list contains wines that are all under $15 retail, and Pizzolato Fields Prosecco is a great value at $14.99 SRP. This is the second time this wine has appeared on the Wine Enthusiast Best Buy list, with the last time in 2018 where it was #2 on the prestigious list.
“Despite a world of constant uncertainty—a global pandemic, social unrest, increased tariffs and wildfires—the wine-drinking public nonetheless continues to make it a priority to have bottles on their tables. That said, while wine consumption is up, it’s clear that consumers are still watching what they spend per bottle.
Thankfully, Wine Enthusiast is here to help make sure your valued dollars go far. Each year, we assemble our Top 100 Best Buys list to help guide you to some of the highest-quality value wines on the market today. For 2020’s edition, we combed through more than 1,500 wines that earned our coveted Best Buy designation, wines that are $15 or less and fall within a specific price-to-score ratio.”
Pizzolato Fields Prosecco Wine Enthusiast’s Best Buys of 2020 Review
Though often thought of as a special occasion or wine for a traditional aperitivo, prosecco can be paired with first courses such as Italian Baccalà Mantecato (savory salt cod spread) garlic shrimp and simple fish dishes or with Italian Casatella or Camembert cheeses. On a visit to Cantina Pizzolato in Veneto, Italy, Irish chef and UK TV host Paula McIntyre said, “Prosecco is very much a drink I would think of as an aperitif, but after visiting Pizzolato and tasting the amazing range of Prosecco, I will definitely now be using it as an accompaniment to food rather than just drinking on its own.”
Italy’s most popular sparkling white wine, Prosecco is made with 100% organic Prosecco (Glera) grapes. Pizzolato Fields Prosecco comes from the Veneto region and is produced using the Charmat method of production (also known as the Italian Method). Grapes are carefully harvested then given a gentle press and placed in a steel tank. Organic, regional yeast is added and the fermentation process of the base wine begins. After being carefully blended and tasted, the still wine is introduced into pressurized, temperature-controlled stainless-steel tanks, along with organic regional yeast and sugar, which stimulate the production of bubbles of carbon dioxide in the wine. As soon as the wine has reached the desired alcohol level, it is cooled and filtered, and all of the yeast used in the fermentation process is removed. Find out more about the many organic Prosecco styles of Cantina Pizzoalto.
La Cantina Pizzolato, located in the Veneto region, produces Italy’s number-one selling Italian organic wine. Located in the rich and flourishing countryside north of Treviso, the organic vineyards are situated on the plains and hillsides in this DOC area. Pizzolato produces fine Italian organic wine including Prosecco,
The wines of La Cantina Pizzolato are made with 100% organically grown grapes to meet the expectations of today’s health-oriented consumer, and all wines are certified vegan by the Vegan Society of the UK. The wines are also Non-GMO Project Verified.