Prosecco Spumante Millesimato DOC 2019 Extra dry Antonio Facchin Treviso

$50.00

 

Taste Profile

Dry
40%
Light Body
20%
Medium-high Acidity
70%
11.5% ABV
40%

What does Millesimato mean?

This prosecco was exclusively produced with the best grapes of that particular year.  The company provides the greatest guarantee of product quality from the vineyard to the glass.

In Vineyard

Located at Pedemontana Trevigiana, the geographical area covered by this appellation is the Veneto’s eastern Treviso province, a center for sparkling Prosecco. Glera grapes are hand-picked early September.

In Cellar

White wine vinification, fermentation under contr. Temperatures, Rest on yeast for lysis,secondary fermentation with Charmat-Method for 60 to 90 days.

In Tasting

A captivating wine of bright straw yellow color, with a fresh, fruity, floral scent and a sweetish harmonic and pleasant taste.

Pairings

It can festively be served with sea mollusks, truffles, oysters, grilled scampi, sole fish and also with regional risottos with spring vegetables and other light first courses. It is more suited to be tasted between meals or for its completion.

GrapeClassificationVineyardRegion
GleraDOCAntonio FacchinTreviso
Glera – also known as Prosecco, is a white variety of grape. The variety was formerly mostly referred to as Prosecco, but in the EU was renamed “Glera” in 2009 to make room for the protection of “Prosecco” as the name of a geographically-protected wine.
DOC – stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata (Denomination of Controlled Origin). DOC wine satisfy a defined quality standard, and be produced within the specified region. To qualify for DOC certification additional more stringent rules regarding permitted grape varieties, harvest yields, minimum ageing including use of barrels, minimum alcohol content, and other factors.
Extra Dry – 12–17 g/L (residual sugar)
Antonio Facchin  – A precious legacy handed down through the centuries, the production philosophy of the ANTONIO FACCHIN winery is based on the absolute principles of respect for tradition and openness to research and experimentation.
Treviso – the geographical area covered by this appellation is the Veneto’s eastern Treviso province, a center for sparkling Prosecco. Veneto is slightly smaller than Italy’s other main wine-producing regions – Piedmont, Tuscany, Lombardy, Puglia and Sicily – yet it generates more wine than any of them. Today more than 25 percent of the region’s wine is made and sold under DOC/DOCG titles.
  • Bottle Size: 0.75l
  • Alcohol Volume: 11.5%
  • Serving Temperature: 6°C
  • Residual reducing sugars: 13.60 g/l
  • Total acidity: 6.00 g/l
  • Total dry extract: 30.50 g/l
  • Pressure: 5,20 bar