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The Wine Merchants Prosecco Extra Dry by Masottina

This Extra Dry Prosecco Treviso from Massotina is produced with Glera grapes from vineyards in the province of Treviso, northeast Italy. Massotina is a family-owned winery that has been in the Dal Bianco Family since 1946. Today Federico and Filippo continue to produce the excellent quality Prosecco for which their family is known. They use the Charmat method, and the vines are Guyot-trained, planted in clay and morainic soils.

The wine is pale straw-yellow in colour, with aromas of green apple and little white flowers. The palate reveals vibrant and refreshing acidity, centred around a core of crisp orchard fruit, with a fine mousse. It is light-bodied, with a lingering finish. Serve chilled (6 to 8°C) – perfect as an apéritif or as accompaniment to charcuterie or shellfish.

 

Wine File
Producer:
The Wine Merchants Range
Country:
Italy
Region:
Veneto
Sub Region:
Prosecco
Style:
Sparkling Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Glera
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
11.0%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
8.25
£11.75
Purchase Format
NVTWMRPROSECCO-1

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