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Spagnol Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut 2021

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Spagnol Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut

Classic straw yellow colour. Fine and persistent perlage. The bouquet has perfumes and aromas ranging from fruit to flowers. The sugars in the Spagnol Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut are able to balance its acidity. Clean acidity and minerality from some of the region’s best vineyards. This all gives the impression of a drier wine, very smooth and balanced on the palate.

The Spagnol are a family of winemakers in the heart of the zone famous for the production of Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore.

Wine producers since the early twentieth century. They began using the sparkling process when making their wine in 1986.

Their 32 hectares of vineyards stretch over the slopes of the most prestigious towns in this DOCG territory.

The vineyard dubbed “Col del Sas” located on the hill of the same name in the territory of Valdobbiadene, especially embodies the family history.

Their brand name reflects this, as it unites the family surname with the name of the their land: Spagnol Col del Sas.

Finally, all the lands and vineyards, every vine and every single cluster, are followed closely on their way to the bottles, always subject to the attentive gaze and the industrious hands of father Orazio and mother Loretta and their four sons, brothers Stefano, Marco, Alberto, and Mattia.

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The grapes that make up the base of the Spagnol Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut are the fruit of the Prosecco vine, today identified with the historic synonym Glera.

Glera is a white grape characterised by yellow-golden fruit in long, straggly, and winged clusters.

Its cultivation in this territory makes it possible to obtain spectacular levels of quality. The outstanding variety in the geological composition of the soils is the most important quality factor.

The diverse exposure of the hillsides, the varying altitudes and the many micro-climates found in this zone further enhance these ideal terrains.

Therefore, all these characteristics are responsible for the organoleptic richness of this Prosecco. In addition, notes and bouquets of this wine may vary from hillside to hillside.

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