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Prosecco tends to be considered easy bubbles for your brunch mimosa or a weekday celebration. It's often compared to Champagne but Prosecco's second fermentation occurs in big steel tanks rather than the bottle like Champagne. This method produces different taste profiles and allows for a lower price point for your wallet. Fun fact - the original recipe for the Bellini actually used Prosecco and not Champagne as is traditional now. 

What does the DOC mean? DOC is short for "Denominazione di Origine Controllata" or controlled designation of origin (translated to English). European Union law outlines that Prosecco can only come from two Italian regions in the Northeastern part of the country. So while Prosecco might be Italy's most famous sparkling, only wines produced in this area can be called Prosecco DOC.




Savian Prosecco Organic Extra Dry DOC 750ml

Brilliant straw yellow color. Very fine and persistent perlage. Floral aromas of acacia flower, broom and gentian with a slight vegetal note of sage and mint; fruity aromas of grapefruit, pineapple and golden apple. Soft, savory and persistent on the mouth, pleasantly lively and light.

Body: Full

Pairing: Excellent as an aperitif and with risottos, seafood and shellfish.

When to drink: Now or in 2 years.








Ca'Di Rajo Prosecco Treviso Dry Millesimato DOC 750ml

Elegant and complex with notes of pineapple, apricot, pear, apple and wild flowers such as wisteria and acacia. Good structure, soft with emerging fruity notes.

Body: Full

Pairing: Perfect as an aperitif served with battered vegetables, fried food, cheese and cold pasta.

When to drink: Now or in 2 years.






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