Asolo Prosecco DOCG ItalyAsolo Prosecco DOCG Italy
The Asolo Prosecco DOCG is a white wine that has become very popular both in Italy and abroad, thanks to its drinkability and pleasantness of the bubbles combined with floral and fruity character. The production area is entirely in the province of Treviso, and more precisely in the Montello hill and the hills around Asolo. It is vinified from grapes Glera, a semi-aromatic variety, with the addition of other local grapes like Bianchetta, Perera and Verdiso. The most famous and popular version is the Prosecco sparkling wine, produced from base wines and sparkled in stainless steel tanks using the Martinotti-Charmat method, that allows to better express the typical floral and fruity notes. Prosecco is also produced in the still version. Important is the zoning of the vineyards that many manufacturers are also highlighting in the label with the words “Rive”. It indicates a particular vineyard that, thanks to its exposure and substrate, gives very high quality wines. The Asolo Prosecco is sold indicating the residual sugar in it. Beside the traditional “Extra-dry”, the versions “Dry” and the modern and international “Brut” are now popular. Wine Tasting Notes The sparkling Asolo Prosecco appears pale yellow with a fine and persistent perlage. The nose is intense with strong floral and fruity aromatic notes. The palate is pleasant, dry or slightly sweet (depending on the version), with a long finish.
Le Colture Fagher Prosecco NV ItalyLe Colture Fagher Prosecco NV Italy
Le Colture Fagher Prosecco NV. Without any doubt, this is the most modern Valdobbiadene DOCG version, the wine that is a true international hit. Its most attractive qualities are enfolded in delicate scents of crisp citrus and fresh vegetables, often complemented by lovely notes of fresh-baked bread followed by a vibrant palate. Its delicate bead of pin-point bubbles bolsters and prolongs its flavours and cleanliness on the palate, and heightens its value as a partner with food.