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Grapes come from 2 vineyards: Saccol and Bastia. They are pressed together at the same time to better balance the organoleptic character of each single parcel. On the nose, this gorgeous wine shows all the aromatic fruity character of Glera grapes. To the palate, it keeps the pleasant roundness and smooth finish typical of Prosecco, but without the need of any sugars. Its name means “introvert” in Italian, since it does not give confidence right away... but, for those who can wait, this wine will be absolutely overwhelming! With its 0 g/l of residual sugars, the Introvers0 is a very rare example of an actual sugar free Prosecco. This is why it is the lowest sugar Prosecco you can find on the UK market, and one of the lowest calories fizz too!
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The wine is light bodied, bone-dry and, without filtering or clarification, as hazy as a blizzard in a snow globe. Straw yellow with greenish hues, it has the very delicate bubbles typical of Frizzante wines, and flowery and fruity scents accompanied by notes of citrus, yeast and baked bread. The lees at the bottom of the bottle offer the wine softness, mouthfeel and longevity and can be shaken into the Prosecco to give a buttery-spicy flavours.
Intrigued by Colfondo Prosecco?Then you may also like: Bastia Rebuli Colfondo Prosecco "Capo degli Onesti".
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Straw yellow in colour with the delicate delicate perlage typical of Frizzante wines. This wine is a jump into the history of Prosecco, when locals used to call it in the local dialect "el vin col fondo” - "the wine with sediment". This is in fact a traditional Colfondo Frizzante wine, with in-bottle fermentation and storage on the yeast lees. Without filtering or clarification, this wine takes on unique and unmistakable features, and its complexity is overwhelming and fascinating. If shaken, it can be quite hazy and cloudy; the smell is characterised by yeasty notes, crust of bread and yellow ripe fruit; the taste is bone-dry and pleasantly sapid. Bastia Rebuli winery is located in the heart of Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG appellation. With the "Capo degli Onesti" they wanted to celebrate Prosecco, its history and tradition; for this reason they decided to label this wine as "Vino Frizzante Bianco", just like their grandparents used to do years and years ago.
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The colour is bright straw yellow and it has the light and soft perlage typical of Frizzante wines. The nose senses a bouquet of apple and floral notes of acacia and wisteria. The taste is fresh and very typical, with good acidity balanced by tatantalizing sapidity or an almost salty minerality. This wine is closely linked to the traditions of this territory and characterised by the typical “twine knot”. The cork is fixed to the bottle neck with twine, a procedure which is still done today by hand, just as it has been done for generations by the farming families of this area.
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Straw yellow colour with greenish highlights. The nose senses floral notes with pleasant hints of bread crust. Pleasant and elegant to the palate. With 8 grams of sugar per litre only (half the amount of sugar as a standard Extra Dry Prosecco), this is the driest Prosecco within the Col del Sas range. An artisan low sugar Prosecco that keeps all the pleasant roundness, smooth finish and likability of Prosecco in less than 64 calories per glass... just perfect! The grapes used to make this Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore come from some of the most prestigious vineyards in this appellation. PROSECCO BUYING GUIDE This is a: Brut Prosecco (less than 12 g/l of sugar) The most modern type of Prosecco. Fresh, mineral and extremely elegant taste. Best served at 8-10⁰C, it works perfectly as an accompaniment to seafood and vegetable-based dishes. Other styles: Extra Dry Prosecco (12-17 g/l of sugar) The most traditional type of Prosecco. The mellow yet crisp taste is a result of its very well-balanced acidity. It is best served at 7-9⁰C and makes an excellent aperitif. Dry Prosecco (17-32 g/l of sugar) The less common type of Prosecco. The natural sweetness highlights the wine’s fruitiness and creates a refreshingly tangy yet soft flavour. Best served at 7-9⁰C, try it with dry pastries and spicy dishes.
It has a beautiful rosé colour with bright highlights. Very delicate bouquet, fruity with hints of strawberries, raspberries, and roses. To the palate, sharp acidity is counteracted by a balanced sweetness for overall pleasing taste. A pleasant wine for aperitifs, but also for menus featuring white meat and fish. A nice and authentic pink fizz made only from indigenous grape varieties of the Prosecco region!
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Traditional (but not easy to find) blend of indigenous grape varieties, made with a short skin-contact maceration. Fruity, with a delicate dry bitter finish.
A traditional Colfondo Prosecco, made with re-fermentation in the bottle according to the Classic Italian Method, without disgorging or dosing the finished wine. This is a light wine but with good body; bone-dry with residual sugars between 1-4 g/l. The perlage is very fine, given the aging on its own yeasts. There are distinctive notes of bread crusts and ripe yellow fruit. The lees deposit on the bottom is usually compact but, if shaken, it can be quite hazy and cloudy.
Good intensity of aromas, with fruity notes of green apple and peach. Floral notes of wisteria and acacia flowers. The bouquet is fine and expresses the fruity properties of this variety. The taste has a pleasant acidity and is well-structured. It is pleasant, harmonious and delicately dry.
Bright straw yellow colour. Fruity bouquet with strong notes of apple and pear. Hints of bread crusts due to the particular vinification process. Smooth and harmonious to the palate, with a unique tactile sensation. The grapes used to make this Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore come from some of the most prestigious vineyards in this appellation. PROSECCO BUYING GUIDE This is a: Extra Dry Prosecco (12-17 g/l of sugar) The most traditional type of Prosecco. The mellow yet crisp taste is a result of its very well-balanced acidity. It is best served at 7-9⁰C and makes an excellent aperitif. Other styles: Brut Prosecco (less than 12 g/l of sugar) The most modern type of Prosecco. Fresh, mineral and extremely elegant taste. Best served at 8-10⁰C, it works perfectly as an accompaniment to seafood and vegetable-based dishes. Dry Prosecco (17-32 g/l of sugar) The less common type of Prosecco. The natural sweetness highlights the wine’s fruitiness and creates a refreshingly tangy yet soft flavour. Best served at 7-9⁰C, try it with dry pastries and spicy dishes.
Classic straw yellow colour. Fine, persistent and delicate bubbles. The bouquet has perfumes and aromas ranging from fruit (pear, apple) to flowers (acacia, elderflower). The sugars in the wine are perfectly balanced with clean acidity and a typical minerality that comes from the fact that the grapes are grown in some of the region's best vineyards. This all gives the impression of a drier wine, but incredibly smooth and well balanced on the palate. From Spagnols family vineyards, low sulphite and suitable for vegans, an excellent value for money. A real artisan Prosecco, for a real Prosecco lover!
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Straw yellow colour. Bouquet of mature and exotic fruit, slightly balsamic. Intense and balanced flavour. Minerals and flavour are highlighted. The Rive Proseccos are produced exclusively from grapes that come from a single village/vineyard. In the Valdobbiadene DOCG zone there are only 43 Rive, and for this reason this wine is widely considered as Spagnol's absolute Cru.
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