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Polloni Spumante

The Experience

Drink When...
Skiing in Italy
Listen To...
"Meglio Stasera" Fran Jeffries & Henry Mancini
Think About...
The Pink Panther
Drink With...
Panettone

The Oddbins Take

Whilst James Bond drinks Dom Perignon 1946, Inspector Clouseau probably drinks Polloni Spumante. If we compare James Bond and Inspector Clouseau, it is true that we would trust James Bond way more than Inspector Clouseau when it comes to saving the world.


Bond is classy, he gets all the girls and Bond is ""Bond, James Bond"". Clouseau tears his costume when he needs to unlock a door with a simple key, his wife cheats on him and Clouseau is just ""Inspector Clouseau"". But in the end, Clouseau manages to solve affairs and becomes the pet peeve of all criminals.


The Polloni Spumante might not be as prestigious as Dom Perignon 1946, but in the end the result is the same and provides us with a different kind of pleasure.

The Vital Statistics

Country
Italy
Vintage
Non Vintage
Closure
Cork
Bottle Size
Regular - 750ml
11.0%

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£8.25

£8.25

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The Style

Grape
Trebbiano (50%)
Body
Light Full bodied
Sweetness
Dry Sweet

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The Polloni is a blend of Trebbiano & Garganega grapes, which is also the blend used for Soave white wines.

On the nose, Clouseau would probably get the citrus, peach and apple flavors, with hints of white flowers and cold tobacco. The cold tobacco would be because his pipe fell in the flute though...

Its a perfect balance between effervescence, acidity and sweetness and its soft and creamy taste with its ripe fruity aftertaste would definitely help him focus on finding the Pink Panther...!!