Maschio Dei Cavalieri Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore

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The roots of Maschio Dei Cavalieri's passion for wine areas old as the vines on the Venetos hills, to the North of Venice. The wines come from grapes grown on the hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, and in the Piave Valley. Valdobbiadene is produced from only select vineyards in the hills. The yield is limited to the conditions that year as a way of guaranteeing quality consistency. Through careful grape selection and unique vinification processes, the truly outstanding Maschio Dei Cavalieri offering is born. 
When the wines are opened, they show a fresh, light and lively style, typical of Prosecco. These features are strongly aligned to the type of drinking that is associated with Prosecco: conviviality, the aperitif and the cocktail known as the spritz. Excellent as an aperitif, it is idea with fish, shellfish and fresh fruit. DOCG (Denomiazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita) is Italian Wines highest and strictest certification controlling and guaranteeing at a deep level their specific production and regional methods to deliver exceptional product.

Tasting Note: Straw yellow appearance with green glints. Strong and fragrant aroma with notes of candied citron and acacia flowers. Elegant, soft and fruity palate.

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Sparkling White

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