“Duca di Dolle” – Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.
Discover why our Prosecco is one of the very few in Italy that can boast the title of brut DOCG.
Prosecco Brut: what does it mean?
Due to their extremely low levels of sugars, the Brut sparkling wines are located at the limit of the scale that, as far as wines are concerned, indicates the presence of sugar in the bubbles (more or less 15 grams per litre). As the language related to wine evolved, the enological vocabulary acquired the French word “Brut” with its original meaning of “dry”, and then took the current connotation of “pure”. Therefore, the prosecco brut is equal to low levels of sugar and a high degree of purity.
Prosecco DOCG: what does it mean?
The DOCG label (Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita, i.e. Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin) that certifies the geographical origin of prosecco wines can only be bestowed upon wines of very high value that, for at least 5 years, have been classified as DOC (i.e. Controlled Denomination of Origin).
Still very few Italian wines can boast this title, and among these stands the Prosecco Brut DOCG Duca di Dolle.
The Prosecco Brut DOCG Duca di Dolle
Our prosecco has a fresh, dry taste featuring a good lingering of the aroma, its perlage is persistent and thin. Its colour is straw-yellow of average intensity with greenish nuances, which are well integrated and don’t foist themselves on the rest of the colour.
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