WSET3 Palate Notes

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Glera, synonymous with Prosecco, offers a spectrum of styles from dry to sweet, captivating wine enthusiasts with its refreshing profile.

Italy changed the name of the grape to Glera to protect the Prosecco GI

What you can expect to taste and smell?

Primary Flavours & Aromas

Glera wines range from bone-dry to sweet, featuring crisp acidity and delightful effervescence in sparkling forms.

Appellations / Producers of Note

Predominantly grown in the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia regions of Italy, where it excels in the production of Prosecco sparkling wines.


Best enjoyed young to preserve its fresh fruitiness and vibrant acidity.

First Published: Wednesday, Apr 19, 2023 Last updated: Jun 10, 2024

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Damien Saunders
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