Frittmann Frisecco review - WineUncorked: Wine Reviews and Tips

This lightly sparkling wine is made with the Hungarian grape variety Irsai Oliver which results in a perfumed floral and fruity wine that tastes of roses and lime sherbet. It’s fragrance is quite powerful and so is perhaps not such a great comparison to the Italian sparkling wine whose name ends in ‘secco’, but the name choice does get the attention. Rather expensive at almost £15 a bottle but worth seeking out if you fancy a change.

Type: Sparkling wine
Grape variety: Other
Country: Hungary
Special characteristics: Vegan
Region: Kinsagi
Supplier: Best of Hungary
Price when reviewed: 14.40
What the label says: Intense fragrance, vine flower and a scent of fruity freshness of peach
Alcohol %: 12
Format: Bottle with screwcap

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