Prosecco Doc Treviso
Tradition & Craftsmanship for a daily pleasure
10.5 % vol. Sulphur dioxide
98 mg/l Sugar content
9 gr/l Type
For more than a century, the Vettoretti family has been transforming the grapes of these territories into elegant wines, following a long tradition alongside the use of the most modern technologies. Today we want to rediscover our history with a product that combines tradition and craftsmanship: the Spago closure is in fact one of the oldest anchoring systems for corks in wine bottles, a precursor of the current cage. Historically, the string is synonymous for the bond with the territory and craftsmanship, with a closure process entirely made by hand.
Municipality of Vidor, in front of the winery.Size of vineyard
125 m s.l.m.Type of soil
Evolved soil containing alluvial clay.Slope and location
Flat area.Training system
Soft pressing and subsequent fermentation in autoclave, up to a maximum pressure of 2.5 bar (maximum pressure foreseen for semi sparkling wines).
straw yellow with greenish reflections.Perlage
fruttato di mela renetta, pera e fresco di lime.Flavour
pleasantly aromatic, fresh and slightly savory wine; it is a harmonious wine with a balance slightly tending towards roundness.Pairings
ideal with the traditional board of cheeses and cold cuts, but also with light fish dishes.Serving Temperature
serve at 8°C.Glass
store in a cool and dark place, at a maximum temperature of 18 ° C.
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