Prosecco rosè sparkling wine extra dry Novizio 75 cl
Format: 75 cl
Type of grapes: Glera 85%, Pinot Nero 15%
Service temperature: 6-8 ° C
Alcohol: 11% Vol.
Prosecco Rosé Novizio stands out for the pale and natural pink color, and for its fine and persistent perlage. The nose is immediately noticeable i fruity hints of cherry and wild berries, which then open in a delicate harmony of floral notes. Fresh and lively, however, on the palate it remains soft and pleasantly dry, thanks to its particular connotation Extra Dry.
Cheerful and carefree like aperitif, obviously ideal for the dishes a base of fish, our Prosecco Rosé offers unexpected accompanying sensations white meat, mushroom recipes and cheeses with spun or soft curd like mozzarella and gorgonzola. The hints of cherry and fresh berries enhance the flavor of the fruit, especially raspberries and blackberries. Perfect with creamy desserts and intense like the tiramisu.
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The production method
Il Novizio, Prosecco Rosé Extra Dry millesimanto is produced with 85% of the native Glera vine from the territories of northeastern Italy, Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia, between the Dolomites and the Adriatic Sea and with a 15% of Pinot Nero IGT.
The term millesimato indicates that at least 85% of a wine was obtained with grapes harvested and harvested in the same vintage. In the wine label, in addition to this wording, we find the indication of the year, in fact the 'thousandth' is the vintage of the harvest.
Prosecco Rosé Novizio is produced using vines from our estate: glera, a white berried grape already used for the production of traditional prosecco, and Pinot Nero, vinified in red through maceration on the skins and present in a percentage of 15%, which gives this sparkling wine its pink color. The grapes are harvested in September, after vinification, it spends two months in an autoclave and is put on the market, vintage, the year following the harvest.
The terms Dry, Extra Dry and Brut indicate a different residual sugar present in the wine. Knowing this detail can be very useful for choosing the type of Prosecco we want to drink or buy.
Prosecco Dry is the sweetest, has a sugar residue between 17 and 32 grams per liter.
The term Extra Dry can be misleading, because in English it means dry and dry, but in reality this type of Prosecco is sweet. Slightly softer than the Brut, it has a sugar residue that varies between 12 and 17 grams per liter.
Brut is defined as the Prosecco that has a sugar residue of less than 12 grams per liter, distinguishing it as the driest of all. It has an intense, slightly fruity flavor with a marked acidity.
Prosecco Rosé Novizio is created only with proprietary vines, bred following the principles of integrated and sustainable production certified by SQNPI.