Prosecco Spumante Brut Doc Treviso Argento

Vine:

100% Glera


Production Area:

Our vineyards lie in the “commitment zone” of the breathtaking landscape in the DOC Treviso area and Strada dei Vini del Piave which are recognised as a UNESCO World heritage site. Caressed by the gentle breeze of the Piave river, the vineyards are surrounded by land rich in historical and cultural heritage, left by 1100 years of Venetian rule.


Soil:

Alluvial terrains that lie near the banks of the river Piave. Over thousands of years, the river’s flow has created fertile silt and sand-rich soils that provide the vine with a natural balance of micronutrients and carbonates. All these additional hydrogeological aspects combined with the river’s microclimatic influence, create a pedoclimatic area and an ideal habitat for the vine.


Grape Harvest:

Beginning to mid September. The grapes are picked at exactly the right time to keep their freshness and aromatic heritage intact.


Alcohol content:

11,0% VOL


Characteristics:

In its drier Brut version, it has less residual sugar. You will notice a slightly more acidic taste. But it still maintains a full flavour and its classic delicately fruity aroma of apple and pear. While the citrusy hints of lime bring out subtle floral hints of white blossoms like acacia and linden. Its fine and persistent perlage makes its pale straw-yellow colour and green hues more vivid.


Pairings:

Being a dry wine, it pairs particularly well with first courses, like risottos or pasta dishes with light sauces. It’s also used to make aperitifs, like Spritz, to accompany delicate nibbles or fresh cheeses. Whilst for main courses, the Prosecco BRUT matches well with fried foods. The fine perlage and acidity of the wine help cleanse and refresh the palate after eating fried food, but at the same time maintain the sweetness of the dish thanks to its fruity taste.


Recommended serving temperature:

6-8°C


Prosecco is a light and elegant wine. The Brut version is fresh and aromatic in character and drier, resulting in less residual sugar. You’ll notice a slightly more acidic taste in the mouth. But it still maintains its full flavour and all its characteristics – a delicate fruity aroma of apple and pear and hints of lime that bring out delicate floral notes of white blossom like acacia and linden. Its fine and persistent perlage makes its pale straw-yellow colour and green hues more vivid. The Brut version of Prosecco is ideal paired with delicate starters, risottos and pasta dishes with plainer sauces. The fine perlage and the acidity of the BRUT make it an ideal palate cleanser after eating fried foods whilst maintaining the sweetness of the dish thanks to its fruity taste.