WINES / Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG – Colfondo – NOTAE

This is the Prosecco of our daily lives, with its origins in an age before the arrival of the modern autoclaves used for the Martinotti method. This is the DOCG Prosecco that speaks of our land: variable and pleasantly unpredictable.

Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG Notae Colfondo Col Del Lupo
  • Denomination: Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG rifermentato in bottiglia
  • Type: dry sparkling - natural, straight cork stopper
  • Variety and origin of the grapes: almost exclusively Glera with the addition of native cultivars such as Verdiso, Perera and Bianchetta, from old vineyards with centuries-old vines on a high hill in the Colbertaldo area.
  • Cultivation: organically farmed
  • Harvest: grapes harvested by hand in early September.
  • Alcohol: 11% Vol.

  • Sugar residue: almost absent, < 1 g/l
  • Organoleptic characteristics: straw yellow in colour, cloudy. The nose reveals citrus and fresh fruit notes in the first months, replaced by more complex tertiary aromas after the year of bottling. The characteristic scent of bread crust and yeast also emerges. Clean-tasting in the mouth, rigorously dry and with strong minerality, it leaves a delicately bitter aftertaste typical of refermented prosecco.
  • Storage: store vertically in a cool dark place. Left to mature for at least 6 months after bottling. Unlike sparkling wines, this type of refermented wine lends itself to a longer aging in the bottle and over time its character develops in surprising and interesting ways.
  • Serving temperature: 8-10° C

  • How to serve: for a more decisive character, turn the bottle upside down to mix up the yeast sediment resting on the bottom. For a more delicate taste, decant the wine, leaving the yeast sediment in the bottom of the bottle.
  • Pairings: ideal with cheeses and cured meats, great accompaniment to pasta with fish or fried fish dishes.

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