The colour is a light yellow with greenish reflections. Delicately fruity and floral bouquet with hints of apple, pear and delicate notes of citrus. Fresh, lively and velvety taste. Sapid and persistent in the mouth with a modarate alcohol content.
HARVEST: Prosecco grapes are harvested early to maintain high acid levels.
PRESSING: Gentle pressing of the grapes, cold maceration and first fermentation to
obtains the basic wine.
Secondary fermentation in tank at controlled temper produces sparkling
wine and gives it the characteristic bubbles.
Prosecco is great as an aperitif, or can be perfectly paired with finger foods or desserts. Because it is low in alcohol, while still being crisp (due to a high acidity), it can cut through the richness of finger foods, and offer some relief from the sweetness of desserts.