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ASOLO PROSECCO SUPERIORE DOCG EXTRA DRY

Wine: Sparkling
Region: Veneto
Winery: MONTELVINI
Vintage: 2018

Description

A high-quality wine made from the best vines from the hills of Montello and Asolo. This Prosecco is obtained from Glera grapes, a bounteous grape variety with a robust texture, it is a tardive grape that matures towards the mid-September.


Colour: Pale yellow colour shines a joyous sparkle that is subtle and persistent.
Aroma: Ranges from fruity to floral. Characteristic of Prosecco.
Taste: Soft, at once velvety and dry thanks to its balanced acidic notes.

Alcohol: 11,5%

Grape: 100% Glera.

Ageing: Not aged, fermented in stainless-steel tanks according to the Charmat Method.

Winery

For 135 years, the Serena family has dedicated itself to wine production with skill and passion. In 1968, Armando Serena, current president of Montelvini, embarked on an innovative, experimental and forward-thinking road, initiating autonomous wine production in Venegazzù, a small region in Montello, creating a new style wine producer, unique in the most important growth years for international wine culture.


The soul of Montelvini is traditional in terms of wine production methods, and modern in terms of its business management model, constantly keeping up with the times. Today, in fact, Armando Serena is flanked by his child Alberto, vice president and sales manager for the company,and Sarah, administrative and head of marketing and communications.

CAMPAIGN FINANCED
ACCORDING TO EU REG.
NO. 1308/2013

Pairings

Wine pairing notes

The extra dry version of this Asolo Prosecco Superiore is an ideal match for the Yellow Fish Rolls of chef Jin Wei. Its both medium acidity and citrus notes, including lime, go very well with the deep fried fish. The persistent foam contrasts well the shrimp mayonnaise and the overall balance of the wine smoothens the sharpness of the horseradish nuances.

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