Wine pairing notes
The fresh acidity together with its distinctive mineral creaminess makes this Asolo Prosecco Superiore the ideal companion of any lobster and especially of this one signed by chef Li. Its composed sapid and mineral hints in the mouth go very well with the sweet river shrimp custards. The alcohol is relatively low in this Prosecco and doesn’t overwhelm the flavors of the dish.
- 1kg rock lobster (Australian)
- 6 eggs
- 200g asparagus
- 250g river shrimps (no shell)
- 150g milk
- Boil the lobster and remove its meat
- Stir-fry/sauté in the wok shrimps with egg white and fresh milk
- Add the asparagus
- Plate as in the picture and serve
Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Brut
|Description||It is the maximum expression of Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG. The careful selection of grapes ensures a particular finesse and harmony, despite the low sugar content, balanced by a notable body. The Prosecco Extra Brut is produced only in the DOCG territory in Asolo, highlighting the freshness and the character of the Glera grape.|
|Colour||Pale straw-yellow with green highlights. It has a subtle perlage with great constancy and persistence.|
|Aroma||After an initial floral nuance, it becomes full and fruity, while maintaining the natural elegance typical of the grapes from which it comes. Very complex in terms of quantity and quality of olfactory sensations.|
|Taste||Its intensity excites, with good structure and a pleasant, fresh acidity; with an excellent balance between the olfactory and retro-olfactory sensations. Its characteristic creaminess is the result of the CO2 and its moderate alcohol content perfectly blending with balanced hints of sweetness, acidity, saltiness, and minerality.|
|Aging||Not aged, fermented in stainless-steel tanks according to the Charmat Method.|
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