Cameron Hughes Lot 738 Prosecco Superiore

Cameron Hughes Lot 738 Prosecco Superiore


11% alcohol

Cork and cage closure

750 cases produced

“Swizzle my sizzle with this fizzle,” is how one reviewer described this wine on the Cameron Hughes website! It was too hilarious not the share! 😂 What a fun way to express your love for this bottle of bubbles.


Tart aromas of abundant lime zest, granny smith apples, and lemons, evolve into ripe pears, whiffs of petrol, and brioche bread.


The nice acidity of granny smith apples and lemons transition into bosc pears, green mangos, and mineral notes of wet stone. With vigorous bubbles and a round mouthfeel, this Prosecco is from a DOCG, meaning it has more acidity and mineral notes than those from DOC regions.

Food pairing suggestions:

Drink on its own, in mimosas, or pair with a cheese and charcuterie board, vegetable frittata, sausage and rice casserole.

SRP $15

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