delightful little frizzante red from Piedmont is a cousin to Brachetto
d‚€™Acqui, and equal to Brachetto in its affinity for chocolate. Made
from the Mavasia Nero grape, Casorzo is fairly sweet, slightly fizzy and
low in alcohol. Low in price, too, at $13, making this wine a steal.
The same winery produces a single-vineyard version called ‚€œSulin,‚€
which sells for the same price in a 500-ml bottle. It‚€™s also very
good, but I actually like the Voulet even better. The 2008 vintage is
now on the market.
Imported by Michael Downey Selections.