Prosecco

Prosecco is a sparkling white wine made only in specific provinces of northeastern Italy. All Prosecco wines are made from the Glera grape, a native variety with origins in the lovely village of Prosecco, near Trieste. The Glera grape gives the wine structure and body and is considered to be the heart of Prosecco wines, just as Sangiovese is the heart of Tuscan wines. Ruffino Prosecco DOC is made entirely of Glera grapes. Its easy-to-drink style makes it a versatile food companion. Prosecco is also perfect as an apéritif or mixed into popular cocktails.

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  1. Prosecco , 2016  Millesimato Perlae Naonis

    Prosecco , 2016 Millesimato Perlae Naonis

    $18.00

    Perlage: fine, delicate and persistent. Colour: pale straw-yellow colour with greenish hints. Nose: a complex fruity fragrance, inviting and spacious, from apples to pear, from apricots to citrus fruits and floral fragrances like wisteria and acacia with rose, with a pleasant note of almonds glazed aftertaste. Palate: round, creamy, persistent, moderately alcoholic with freshness and vivacity, a soft flavour and lively acidit Learn More
  2. Prosecco 2015, DOC Treviso  Villa Serena

    Prosecco 2015, DOC Treviso Villa Serena

    $12.99

    .Bright straw yellow with greenish reflex. Lively perlage, and intense scents of white flowers and golden apple. Good intensity, fresh, elegant and soft at taste, pleasantly sugary. Serving suggestions: Perfect for aperitif and appetizers. Great combination with fish or vegetables main courses and delicate fish courses. Serving temperature: 7÷9°C Sparkling wines Learn More
  3. Prosecco DOCG  Valdobbiandene by Corte Delle Calli

    Prosecco DOCG Valdobbiandene by Corte Delle Calli

    Reg. Price: $19.00

    Now: $16.99

    he area of production extends over the hill country of the Treviso province, encompassing the cities of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. This area covers the territory of 15 municipalities, extending over about 18,000 hectares. Prosecco has been cultivated in these hills for more than two centuries. Since the XIX century, with the establishment of the Wine Learn More

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