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Domenico de Bertiol Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Spumante
Domenico de Bertiol Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Spumante

Country of Origin: Italy

Region: Veneto

Grape Varieties: Prosecco di Valdobbiadene

Alcohol by Volume: 11%

Food Matches: The perfect aperitif or celebration wine. Also goes very well with Panettone.

Special Features: Vegan, Award Winner

NV: Vintage: Decanter 2012 - Bronze
NV: Vintage: Sommelier Wine Awards 2012 - Bronze
NV: Sommelier Wine Awards 2011 - Silver
NV: IWC 2011 - Bronze
NV: Sommelier Wine Awards 2010 - Silver list

Price: £12.85

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Tasting Notes: Delicate apple and yeasty characters - soft and enjoyable. Made with Prosecco di Valdobbiadene grapes, this has a straw colour and small, attractive bubbles. Light, fruity aromas of fresh green apples and pears plus a hint of yeastiness on the nose lead to a creamy, softly sparkling palate with some nutty richness on the finish. An excellent example of the style.

Producer Details: This long established Veronese family company, headed by Giorgio Montresor, is producing wines which increasingly rival the offerings of the region's more fashionable names. The estate wines, from 100 ha of vineyards in Valpolicella and Garda, offer remarkable value for money, particularly the Capitel della Crosara vineyard near Negrar which produces fine, richly-flavoured Ripasso and a generous, classically-styled Amarone with great concentration and texture.

In The Vineyard: Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Spumante is made from Prosecco grapes cultivated in selected vineyards in
the district of Valdobbiadene near the town of Conegliano in the region of Veneto.

In The Winery: Produced using the Charmat method of sparkling wine production with secondary fermentation taking place in tank. (The Champagne/traditional method is not used for Prosecco because the long ageing period would rob the wine of its freshness).

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