Rughe - Prosecco - Brut - NV - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Le Rughe - Prosecco - Brut

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From one of the oldest wineries in Valdobbiadene-Conegliano, the heartland of Prosecco.

Brilliant, light-straw yellow with persistent perlage. On the nose, medium intensity and delicate aromas of grapefruit. The palate has citrus, acacia, pear and apple, and the very pleasant combination of acidity, effervescence and sweetness lead to a lingering, complex finish.

Country:
Italy
Region:
Prosecco
Appellation:
prosecco
Producer:
Le Rughe
Serving temp:
8° – 10°C

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Prosecco

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Technically speaking, Prosecco is a sparkling wine that originates from the Valdobbiadene region in Veneto, Italy (although it’s also made in other parts of Italy including Friuli-Venezia Giulia). The wine is made with Prosecco grapes (aka Glera) and...

Technically speaking, Prosecco is a sparkling wine that originates from the Valdobbiadene region in Veneto, Italy (although it’s also made in other parts of Italy including Friuli-Venezia Giulia). The wine is made with Prosecco grapes (aka Glera) and made into wine via the Charmat sparkling method, which gives wines approximately 3 atmospheres of pressure. This means Prosecco’s bubbles typically last longer than beer (which has approximately 1.5 atmospheres of pressure) and not usually as long as Champagne (5-6 atmospheres of pressure).

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