Prosecco Brut Millesimato Treviso DOC
Size: 750 ml
Product Description : DESIDERIO N°1 Prosecco MILLESIMATO BRUT is a Prosecco DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin), obtained by the vinification in vintage Glera grapes grown on the hills near Treviso, in the northern Italian region of Veneto.
Production Area : Treviso
Grape Variety: Glera
Fragrance: On the nose, there are notes of banana and vanilla, intertwined with frescer scents of lemon and cedar
Flavor: The aroma is typical floral Prosecco with citrus and spicy notes
Alcohol Content : 11 %
Suger Content : 3 g/l
Total Acidity : 5,85 g/l
How To Serve : At a temperature of 6-8 ° C with love
DESIDERIO N°1 Prosecco MILLESIMATO BRUT is a Prosecco DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin), obtained by the vinification in vintage Glera grapes grown on the hills near Treviso, in the northern Italian region of Veneto. This DOC wine is made according to the Charmat method, where the bubbles emerge in a secondary fermentation in a steel tank. This sparkling wine is f resh and elegant, light to medium- bodied and is meant to be consumed
in its youth, to enjoy its liveliness and freshness. This crafted Prosecco is sophisticated yet playful, dry yet fruity, bursting with elegantly complex fruity notes of banana and vanilla, intertwined with fresher scents such as lemon and cedar. DESIDERIO N°1 Prosecco is made entirely from hand-selected, single vintage Glera grapes from two specific locations in Italy’s Treviso commune – the home of Prosecco – within the Veneto region in northern Italy.
The Carboncine comune di Roncade and San Biagio di Callalta unique terroir is widely recognized for the superior quality of Glera vineyards due to the strong presence of caranto, fine clay silt deposited by rivers and streams flowing down from the nearby Dolomite mountains. The winemaking process is characterised by very soft pressing to ensure a proper balance between acidity and natural sugar. Strictly following the Charmat method, the Prosecco undergoes a secondary fermentation in stainless steel tanks and is bottled under pressure to maintain its sophisticated effervescence. The secondary fermentation assists in creating a delicately persistent “perlage”, a word used to describe the quality and size of the bubbles. Though perfect as an aperitif, this wine pairs well with battered vegetables, fried food, cheeses, cold pasta and serves as an excellent companion for oysters, prawns, fish, truffles and desserts such as the famous Italian Panettone. Its pale- straw color is reminiscent of the yellow hues of Treviso’s countryside at harvest time. Perfectly balanced with an utterly seductive creamy texture and a smooth finish that leave the palate refreshed and wanting more.
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