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Antica Vigna Prosecco DOC Extra Dry
Antica Vigna Prosecco DOC Extra Dry

Wine description

  • Food pairing As aperitif, appetizer, fish
  • Cellarage 2019 or for immediate consumption
  • Alcohol content 11%
  • Closure Cork
  • Serving temperature 8 - 10 °C
  • Grape variety Prosecco (100%)
  • Tasting profile Sparkling & Refreshing
  • Wine Type Dry wine
  • Wine Kind Sparkling wine
  • Wine Region Venetia
  • Country Italy

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Antica Vigna Prosecco DOC Extra Dry

Enjoyable sparkling greatness from Veneto

Fruity Prosecco of straw yellow colour with a green sheen. Very soft, fruity and fresh aroma with the typically friendly sweetness. Surprising dry taste of tropical white fruit. Juicy, with a nice mousse and very lively. Deliciously fresh and soft. Enjoying the sun with a glass of bubbly!

Tenute Salvaterra

Salvaterra is a family-run winery with a very long history. Today, it is owned by two brothers, Eros and Lucio Furia.

The vineyards are located in Veneto, in the northeastern corner of Italy between Padua and Venice where other classics such as Amarone and Soave come from. Salvaterra has more than 200 hectares of vineyards where Pinot Grigio is grown in-house. This way the family takes control of their strict quality compliance at all times.

Eros & Lucio Furia with their team of winemakers

Prosecco

The Italians consider Prosecco for years as the ultimate patio and aperitif wine. You can enjoy it in every bar, at any hour of the day. Prosecco comes from the steep hills around the town of Conegliano, some 50 kilometres north of Venice. For centuries white wine from the Prosecco grape was produced until wine producer Antonio Carpenè came to the idea of making a sparkling version. Prosecco is actually a DOC as the French Champagne is.

The wine can only bear the Prosecco name if it is made in the Prosecco area in the Veneto region. The wine can also be made as vino Frizzante or Spumante. The difference is in bubbles. Spumante is the Italian name for a quality sparkling wine containing at least 11% alcohol. Frizzante indicates that the wine is semi-sparkling. This variant contains little carbon dioxide and it does not undergo the second fermentation process in the bottle as Spumante but undergoes the process in stainless steel tanks. Because this preparation method is less labour intensive, the wine is also cheaper. Spumante is available in two versions: dry and semi-sweet. The latter arises from temperature regulation so that during the maturation process, not all sugar is converted into alcohol and the wine remains slightly sweet.

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