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  • Made by Codorniu, one of the big two producers, this has a light, spritzy, citrusy feel.

    A Summer Drinking Selection

  • Whether it is a light, spritzy Cava or a more complex, vintage Champagne, a refreshing Riesling from the steep slopes of the Mosel or a delightful Pinot Noir from New Zealand, I have tried to choose the wine for you.

    A Summer Drinking Selection

  • These days, this form of production is rarely used and most producers bottle the wine and then inject CO2 to give them a spritzy character, which matches well with any sort of shellfish.

    Iberia's Hidden Gems

  • Many of the Sauvignon Blancs I tasted were defined by a spritzy, racing acidity and a predominance of green pepper.

    The Grape of Good Hope

  • Here you are in white-wine country, where producers in the Minho make a green wine that is very dry and on a first sip can appear slightly sharp, with a mouth-puckering acid kick and a slightly spritzy feel.

    Iberia's Hidden Gems

  • The result is indeed spritzy and light on the palate for a 10 percent alcohol-by-volume beer.

    Beer: A holiday nine-pack

  • The texture of the wine was slightly spritzy on first opening, then it smoothed out into a wine with a medium-bodied mouthfeel.

    New Grape of the Month: Cortese

  • The texture of the wine was slightly spritzy on first opening, then it smoothed out into a wine with a medium-bodied mouthfeel.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • It was slightly spritzy upon first opening, which dissipated quickly.

    Umbria's Distinctive Grechetto

  • It was slightly spritzy upon first opening, which dissipated quickly.

    Archive 2008-10-01

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