Yeah, yeah, yeah... You've tried a bunch of Prosecco, made a call on whether you like the stuff or not, and if you're a fan - you've already decided which one is your favourite.
There's one more you need to try.
I recently had another visit with Alpha Box & Dice 'Zaptung' NV Prosecco out of Murray Darling, Australia. Holy moley, it's some tasty stuff!
So, yeah, it's not an Italian Prosecco. Why then, can Aussies call it Prosecco if that's name of the iconic Italian region and original home of the Glera-based fizz? Well, it's kind of a long story, but the gist is the Glera variety used to be widely known as Prosecco, so there's a bit of a grey area with the whole thing.
At a mere 5 g/l of residual sugar, the wine's quite dry, with a nice lemon pith grip for texture, carrying splashes of peaches, limes and yellow grapefruit. Clocking in at 11% alcohol, it makes a mighty-fine brunch wine.
To find a bottle near you, track it down on Wine-Searcher.
Oh, and if you want the authentic Alpha Box & Dice experience while swirling it in your glass, here's a Cellar Door Spotify Playlist by family proprietor Dylan Fairweather: