Eric Guido of Vinousawarded 93 points to Nino Franco Prosecco Superiore Primo Franco Valdobbiadene 2019.
“There’s a lot to like about the 2019 Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Primo Franco, from its exotic, smoky, and sometimes even tropical perfumes, to the round textures where this perfectly balances both savory and sweet. The Primo Franco is juicy and jovial; yet it colors within the lines of refinement, as this cleans up perfectly and leaves the mouth watering for more. In my opinion, this is the wine of the house.”
Eric Guido of Vinousawarded 92 points to Nino Franco Brut Grave di Stecca 2015.
“The 2015 Grave di Stecca Brut holds your attention firm with a seductive display of dried peaches and apricots complemented by candied ginger and a hint of tropical citrus. It starts out round and pliant, yet then picks up energy, as brilliant acids and minerals cascade across the palate. Ripe orchard fruits, sweet spice, notes of almond and inner herbal tones evolve and last through the long, highly perfumed and slightly exotic finale.”
Eric Guido of Vinousawarded 92 points to Nino Franco Faive Rosé Brut 2019.
“The 2019 Faìve Rosé Brut blends 80% Cabernet Sauvignon to 20% Merlot to create a zesty and characterful display of mineral-laced strawberries, hints of peach, roses and wet stone. It’s vibrant with a salty-savory persona, as stimulating acidity sizzles on the palate. Ripe orchard fruits, a note of cherry pits and subtle spices linger long through the juicy finale. This is a truly captivating Rosé sourced from vineyards that straddle the borders of Friuli and Veneto.”
Eric Guido of Vinousawarded 91 points to Nino Franco Brut Prosecco Superiore Nodi Valdobbiadene 2018.
“The 2018 Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut Nodi mixes pure orchard fruits, sweet spices and smoky floral tones in the glass. The textures are silky with a fine bead of bubbles supported by bright acidity, as this sways more toward the savory and dry side, showing salty minerals and inner herbal tones. The Nodi tapers off slow, sizzling with residual tension and a twang of sour citrus.”
Eric Guido of Vinousawarded 89 points to Nino Franco Prosecco Superiore Rustico Valdobbiadene NV.
“The NV Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rustico shows a remarkably fresh and crisp bouquet full of floral-laced orchard fruits. It balances soothing textures with bright acids, minerals and ripe orchard fruits to create a pleasantly round expression, and then leaves the palate feeling completely refreshed.”
Eric Guido of Vinousawarded 87 points to Nino Franco Brut Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene NV.
“The NV Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut is spicy and smoky with notes of ginger and crushed green apples. It’s delicate and sweet, ushing in nuances of ripe pear and apricot. A subtle twang of salty minerals linger through the finale, yet I’m craving a bit more length here.”
Nino Franco Rustico, Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG NV
“The soft, persistent bubbles, as well as the subtle aromas of honey and fresh-sliced pears, are comforting. This wine has a slight depth to it that is unique. This is not a Prosecco I would normally mix with peaches and OJ, but during the holidays, it’s time to level up. #feelme?”
Food & Wine Declares Nino Franco Grave di Stecca Brut 2010 as One of "15 Amazing Proseccos to Buy Right Now"
Food & Wine featured Nino Franco Grave di Stecca Brut 2010 in the October 5, 2020 article 15 Amazing Proseccos to Buy Right Now.
“Aromas of lemon blossoms, mashed almonds, and gently caramelized white peaches roll into a palate of beautiful vinosity, with tiny, leisurely bubbles carrying honeyed flavors of white cardamom, sesame-honey candies, lemon oil, fresh ginger, vanilla, and a savory finish verging on salinity.”