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Prosecco DOC Extra Dry


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The territory where our Prosecco DOC comes from stretches along the hill belt of Treviso province, the area with the Controlled Designation of Origin, and covers a range of terroirs which go from the Padan Plain to the renowened Venetian hills. Here a fragile yet generous grapevine finds its origin: the Glera. Taken care after only by hand, delicately, due to the steep nature of the slopes where it lives, that are extremely challenging. This variety of grape turned into wine takes the name of Prosecco, one of the best-selling wines in the world. Delicate aromas and graceful tastes arise from the perfect symbiosis between a mild microclimate, with a wide temperature variation, and an extremely ancient terrain, rich with limestone and clay, originated from the rising of the sea bottom.

 

Colour: bright straw yellow.
Nose: pleasantly fruity in its scents of Golden apple and pear, it discloses a neatly floral and citrus-like hint.
Taste: joyous and lively, yet sapid and slightly mineral. A brisk acidity supports the typical structure of Prosecco.
 
 
Method of production: Charmat-Martinotti method.
Food matching: unique for the aperitif, it’s ideal with legumes soups and seafood, light pasta, fresh cheese and fish carpaccio.
Harvest: harvested by hand in the second half of September.
Alcohol: 11%.
Bottle size: 0,75 l - 1,5 l.
How to serve: serve at 4°-6°C, preferably in an ice bucket.
How to list on wine menu: Prosecco DOC Extra Dry, 2015, Batìso.