Technical data sheet
Denomination: Prosecco Frizzante matured on yeasts
Classification: Controlled Designation of Origin (DOC)
Typology: Sparkling wine
Grapes: Glera 100%
Area of origin of the grapes: Treviso DOC area
Soil type: Heterogeneous, clayey, shallow.
Climate: Temperate, with cold winters and hot summers. Average rainfall with maximums in June and November.
Training system: Sylvoz
Yield: Maximum 180 gli/ha
Harvest time: Last ten days of September
Vinification: Soft pressing with pneumatic press, static decantation of the must, controlled-temperature fermentation (16-18°C).
Foaming: In the spring following the harvest, it is traditional to bottle the Prosecco with a slight residual sugar content so that, with the gradual rise in temperature given by the fine weather, it begins to “ferment in the bottle” slowly, thus becoming lively and vivacious.
Average analytical data: Alcohol 11% vol. | Sugars 2-3 g/l | Acidity 5.8 g/l | Pressure 2.5 Bar
Colour: Straw yellow, with fine and persistent perlage.
Aroma: fresh with marked hints of yeast and bread crust.
Taste: light and dry, with a balanced acidity that makes it harmonious yet lively. The sparkling wine has a pressure of approximately 2.5 atm and is in any case lower than the sparkling wine.
Food pairings: Excellent aperitif. Excellent paired with hors d’oeuvres of all kinds and with first courses. It is enjoyed at any convivial moment with friends. It has been noted that this type particularly aids digestibility.
Serving recommendations: Serve chilled at a temperature of approximately 8-10°C
Storage: In a cool, dark place. Avoid long periods in the refrigerator.
Time of consumption: To be enjoyed young, in the year following the harvest. It can have the traditional crown cork closure as used in the past. The ‘sur lie’ method, i.e. on the lees, represents the true tradition of our territory and how the ‘True Prosecco’ was born…
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