Millesimato Extra Dry - Prosecco DOC Treviso
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Millesimato Extra Dry

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Prosecco DOC Treviso

Code product: S14

Total acidity

5.5 g/l

Alcohol level

11% Vol.

Residual sugar

16 g/lt

Grape variety

Glera

Packaging

37.5 cl, 75 cl and 1.5 l “Monterossa” bottles

Serving temperature

8° – 10° C

Raccomended glass

A white wine glass

Ageing potential

Drink within a year after the vintage, in order to enjoy its freshness to the full.

Origin of the grapes:

The grapes come from vineyards on the plain at the foot of the hills of Farra di Soligo. The vine training systems used are “Sylvoz” or “Double-Arched Cane”, with a plant density of 2800-3500 vines per hectare. The soils are a mix of clay and limestone.

Yield per hectare: A maximum of 18000 kilos per ha

Harvest: By hand, in the last ten days of September.

 

Vinification:

Traditional white wine vinification with soft pressing; fermentation is slow and lasts approximately 15 days, at a controlled temperature of 18° C; subsequently the wine is racked and then matures on its lees at low temperatures in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks for about 3 months.

 

Transformation into sparkling wine:

This is carried out using the Charmat Method, the process traditionally adopted for delicate, fruity
wines. The prise de mousse, by means of natural re-fermentation in pressurized tanks (autoclaves), lasts for some 20-25 days, while maturation is for 2 months.

 

Serving suggestions:

Excellent as an aperitif, it also goes perfectly with light hors d’oeuvres.

 

Tasting notes

Apperance: Its color is straw yellow, with delicate, fine, persistent bubbles

Nose: Elegant and fruity, with faint citrus-like notes

Flavor: Tangy and well-balanced, with a dry aftertaste