Magnum 1,5 Liters Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Dry Millesimato "La Primavera di Barbara" DOCG in Box Merotto

Veneto
Valdobbiadene Docg
Sku: 0713
Until stocks
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€ 29.80 € 34.95
Shipping within Monday 22 August, if you order within 16 hours e 29 minutes

Opzione Quantità

2 bottles
€ 59.60
Purchase
-15%
3 bottles
€ 89.40
Purchase
-15%

Awards and honors

Punteggio sommelier
92/100
2022
3 Grappoli AIS
2 Bicchieri gambero rosso
2016

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The Merotto winery is located in the Col of San Martino in the Valdobbiadene DOCG land between ...
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Wine Characteristics

Winery
Merotto
Region
Veneto
Wine list:
Prosecco
Denomination:
Valdobbiadene Docg
Grapes:
90% Glera e 10% Perera
Alcohol:
11,50%
Dimension:
Magnum
Cl:
150cl
Style:
Light and fresh
Pairing:
Aperitif, dried Fruit, Stuzzichini, Tartare-fish carpaccio, Crustaceans, Spaghetti with clams, Appetizers steamed fish
Sulfites:
Contains sulfites
Code ICQRF:
TV/488
Winerry's Headquarter:
Merotto - Farra di Soligo (TV) - Via Scandolera, 21

Wine Description

This bottle is 1,5 Liters Magnum and  is sold in screen-printed Box.

 

Il Valbobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Millesimato DOCG Dry "La Primavera di Barbara" is a wine produced in the Merotto cellar located in the San Martino col in the Valdobbiadene territory in Veneto. The grapes are 90% Glera and 10% Perera coming from a selected vineyard of the company. The single-variety winemaking and the fermentation are in autoclave for about 60 days by following the Charmat method.

 

Characteristics of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Dry Millesimato

Esthetically it has a straw yellow color with a brilliant foam and a fine and persistence perlage. The scent is intense, fruity and floral with an apple, pear and apricot touch with some rose and wisteria nuances. The taste is fresh and fragrant, with a great harmony and long persistence.

 

Recommended pairings while tasting this Sparkling wine

It has to be served in flute at 6-8°C. It is perfect for dry cookies and for the aperitif time. 

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