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Name: Prosecco Spumante Dosaggio Zero (DOC)
Classification: Controlled Designation of Origin (DOC)
Grapes: Glera 90-95%, Chardonnay 10-5%
Main zones of provenance of grapes: Vineyards in various cities of Friuli Venezia Giulia
Type of terrain: Of alluvial origin, tendentially meager, calcareous, clayey, and at times rocky
Exposure: exposure prevalently towards the south.
Climate: Temperate with cold winters and summers that are hot but not humid. Mitigated by the Adriatic Sea in the south, and the Alps in the north.
Growth system: Double Guyot, Sylvoz.
Plant density: 2,500 – 3,500 plants per ha
Yield: Maximum 150 q/ha
Harvest period: September 20 – October 10
Vinification: Soft press with pneumatic presses, static decantation of mash, fermentation at a controlled temperature (17-19° C) with select yeasts. Aging on fine lees in steel for three months.
Second fermentation: Italian method in steel autoclaves. Refermentation temperature: 15-17° C. Cold tartaric stabilization (-4° C). Microfiltration before bottling to separate yeast cells from sparkling wine
Cycle duration: approximately 60-90 days.
Average analytical data:
Alcohol11.5% vol. – Sugars 0-2 g/l Total acidity 6 g/l – pH 3.20 – Pressure 5 bar
Appearance: Straw yellow color. Thick foam, fine effervescent and persistent finish
Scent: Ample and fruity, reminiscent of yellow apple, peach, wisteria and acacia flowers. Balanced and delicate with extremely fresh, aromatic notes.
Flavor: Pleasantly acidulous and savory, fresh, and fruity. The lack of dosing enhances the fruity fragrance of the Glera grape and its delicately aromatic notes. Good fullness, roundness, and length.
Food pairings: Excellent as an aperitif as well as sparkling wine to accompany fish, shellfish, and seafood. Pairs well with all light and delicate first courses.
Serving: Cool slightly before use at 7-8° C.
Storage: In a cool, dark place. Avoid long-term refrigerated storage.
Period of consumption: Maximum freshness within the year following harvest. If well preserved, it can express greater complexity in subsequent years.