Prosecco Colli Trevigiani Corda DOC, Villa Domiziano
Prosecco Colli Trevigiani Corda DOC, Villa Domiziano
Until a few years ago, Glera was mainly known as ‘Prosecco’. It is a white wine grape variety used to make sparkling wine. Prosecco is a region located in Veneto in northwest Italy. Most Prosecco wines are meant to be enjoyed young and fresh. Pure and energised on the nose with gentle yet enticing citrus and flavours of sliced apple. Clean mineral finish with a light fizz. The palate has a lovely soft texture, mildly sweet with a touch of peach on the finish and great balance. Fresh and light.

Country and Region: Italy,Veneto

Classification: DOC

Producer: Villa Domiziano

Wine Style: Semi-Sparkling

Grape Varieties : Glera

Vinification: The grapes are harvested from hillside vineyards in the Veneto region. Soft pressing and fermentation at controlled temperatures using the ‘Charmat’ method – unlike the Champagne or Méthode Traditionelle, the wine undergoes secondary fermentation in tank not in the bottle.

ABV: 11%

Closure: Mushroom Cork

Note: Aromatic, fruity, bubbly, perfect for parties.

Case Size: 6

Case price: £ 53.94

Bottle Price: £ 8.99