Signore Giuseppe Prosecco 75cl

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Product information

Wine of Italy
Country of Origin
Italy

Allergen Information
Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
ABV (%)
11
Units
8.25
Grape Variety
Glera
Tasting Notes
A delicious sparkling extra dry straw-coloured wine with green hints. A delicate nose, fruity, a fresh attack, pleasant and well-structured on the palate with a persistent fruity finish.
History
The Casa Vinicola Abbazia is located in a little town near Monferrato and Langhe, in the heart of the Piémont region. Its vineyards are perfectly exposed on slopes that produced since the 9th Century high quality wine in DOCG and DOC. The Abbazia winery was established in 1848. Under the pieces of advice of Pietro Santero, the patriarch of the Santero's family, the winery bottles its own wine. Since 3 generations the Santero family is proud of having its wine cellar and of operating on an historical site.
Regional Information
The production area is rich in minerals and trace elements. The soils are principally alluvial and show a ground texture of clay.
Current Vintage
NV
Vinification Details
Vinification under cold pressure. The thermostatic control in the steel vat is taking place after the Charmat method for 3 months.
Producer
Casa Vinicola Abbazia
Agent
Les Grands Chais De France
Winemaker
Santero's family
Taste Category
Extra Dry
Please drink responsibly
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The UK Chief Medical Officers recommend adults do not regularly drink more than 14 units per week

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19 April 2024 by 
too sweet

Nothing like an extra dry Prosecco far too sweet

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27 October 2021 by 
Really nice!

Other reviews have been very negative, but so far I have never had a cork problem and it tastes really good. I would recommend this Prosecco.

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20 February 2021 by 
Not good

This was a substitution. The cork was completely stuck & broke in half so had to use a corkscrew to get the rest out. One of the worst Proseccos Ive ever tasted, with a weird tang to it.

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20 September 2020 by 
Flat

Cork would not come out and broke in half, so we had to use a corkscrew - only to find that the Prosecco was completely flat

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14 August 2020 by 
cork impossible to POP

Tastes very good However, corks are impossible to get out and always break Then you need a cork screw

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29 January 2020 by 
very nice prosecco!!

I was pleasantly surprised! Absolutely delicious! Ordering more while on offer!!

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