Prosecco Rivolto | Zanotto
DENOMINATION: Spumante Extra Dry
TYPE: sparkling wine
GRAPE: Glera 85% and other local grapes
REGION OF ORIGIN: Italy, Veneto
AGEING POTENTIAL: 2 years
SERVING TEMPERATURE: 6-8° C
GLASS: flute or a not very large white wine glass
ALCOHOL: 11% vol.
FORMAT: 75 cl
NOTES BY OUR SOMMELIERS👁 a beautiful pale yellow with fine and intense perlage;
👃🏻 on the nose it expresses fruity and floral aromas with hints of apple and citrus;
👄 on the palate it stands out for its direct and delicate taste with a soft finish thanks to the 13g/l of residual sugar, for a sparkling wine that fits fully into the great Italian sparkling wine.
Prosecco Rivolto is a fresh and drinkable wine which is why it pairs well with equally light and agile dishes. Try it as an aperitif but also in combination with fish-based first courses.
WINE-MAKING AND REFINEMENT
Extra Dry sparkling wine produced with a blend of indigenous Glera grapes (85%) and other white local grapes with a marked aptitude for sparkling wine. Immediate separation of the must from the skins with direct pressing, cold decantation and fermentation in steel tanks with temperature control. The second fermentation lasts three months, in steel according to the Charmat Method, then bottling follows.
YOU WILL LOVE IT FOR...
its freshness and fragrance.
TERROIRThe territory is Montebelluna, the heart of Prosecco, Unesco heritage hills. The grape that reigns supreme here is Glera, which can be vinified alone or together with other white grape varieties more or less known such as Verdiso, Bianchetta, Perera, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Gris but also black grapes varieties such as Pinot Noir.
The Prosecco territories are for the most part hilly, where it is difficult to work with machines. The vineyards are practically all cultivated and harvested by hand. The hills originated millions of years ago from the raising of the seabed. Once, in fact, the entire area was below sea level, sea currents have brought numerous debris to these areas that have deposited layer by layer. So here are marls, clays, sandstones and muds.
Subsequently, during the orogenesis process, these sea beds emerged thus giving rise to the various reliefs that make up the territory. Part of the hills, then, also underwent a modeling by the Dolomite glaciers that covered them: once they retreated, they left numerous sediments. Hence, after a process that lasted millions of years, today we find different compositions of the subsoil: above a rocky layer there are various layers composed of clays, marls, muds, sand, conglomerates of limestone and sandstone origin.
The Zanotto winery is located in Montebelluna, in the province of Treviso, in the heart of the Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene area.
Here, Riccardo Zanotto has developed a very precise idea of how a wine should be made and told: in his, we find the stories of the past, those aromas and flavors that made him fall in love with his land and the Italian territories that he went through, lived and loved. Inside each bottle, Riccardo puts his idea of wine.
He has rediscovered the wines with the bottom, the vinification of the past, with the second fermentation that takes place through the spontaneous refermentation in the bottle.
Savoring them means experiencing the flavors of the past; for him, in fact, wine gives its best if lived as it once was: tasted in the company of friends.
When will I receive my order?
If the bottle is in stock it will be sent immediately and you will receive it in a couple of working days.
Is the order renewed?
No, this product is not bound by any type of subscription and cannot be renewed.
Is there a minimum number of bottles?
No, you do not have to order a minimum quantity of bottles: you can choose to receive just one bottle of each type.
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non male, debole nei profumi ma in bocca piacevole e beverino
Fresco, fragrante e morbido ma diretto!