Often Prosecco can be categorized under the good, the bad, and the mimosable. It is rare for Glera, the dominant grape used in Prosecco production, to be given a platform to display its charms. Bisson offers such a stage with their Marca Trevigiana Glera Frizzante bottling. Delicate citrus notes of lime zest, green apple skin, jasmine and sourdough hold onto a vibrant cutting acidity with bracing lively bubbles that finishes bone dry with residues of its persistent chalky minerality. A rare, unmasked approach to sparkling Glera wine.