Marsuret Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut San Boldo

Marsuret Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut San Boldo

Marsuret, 0,75 l - 11.50%
100% Glera

HK$ 127.00
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Veneto - Italy
White charmat method sparkling wine brut

How to serve

Serve at:

06 - 08°C.

Longevity:

03 - 05 years

Glass:
Charmat Method Sparkling Wines
Marsuret Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut San Boldo
The fresh mountain air from the San Boldo pass comes down to our vineyards and slows down the ripening process. This gives the grapes an acerbic quality that makes them ideal for producing Brut. The bouquet is delicate and lightly aromatic with an elegant complexity reminiscent of golden apples. With hints of wild flowers, the flavour is intense, dry and fresh. This wine has a fine and persistent perlage.

Perlage

Fine and persistent perlage.

Colour

Bright pale straw yellow, lively.

Bouquet

Elegant and complex of golden apples with hints of wild flowers.

Flavour

Intense, dry and fresh.

Pairing

Ideal as an aperitif and perfect with all kinds of fish dishes.

Starters
Fish
Shellfish
Cheese
White fish

Features

Name Marsuret Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut San Boldo
Type White charmat method sparkling wine brut
Classification DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Spumante Superiore Brut
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 11.50% by volume
Grape varieties 100% Glera
Country
Region Veneto
Origin Guia di Valdobbiadene (TV)
Vinification Off skins using soft pressure with a maximum yield of 70%.
Residual sugars 11.00 gr/L
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing Ideal as an aperitif and perfect with all kinds of fish dishes.
On offer Price Marsuret Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut San Boldo HK$ 127.00 

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4 bunches of grapes - A high quality wine with distinctive character N/A
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3 vines - An excellent wine N/A
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From this winery:

The Marsura family is known by its old nickname of Marsuret. The family has a long tradition in wine growing and, just like the vines they grow, is a genuine product of the Valdobbiadene hills. The winery was founded in 1936 by Agostino Marsura when...

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