Prosecco DOC Extra Dry BIO/Vegan

13.50 CHF

Grape variety: 100 % Glera
Alcohol content: 11%
Format: 0.75 l (Fr. 18.-/1 l)
Producer: The Cantina Pizzolato
Region/Country: Veneto/Italy
Rewards: Cuvée 2017 – Silver medal at the AWC competition in Vienna

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Prosecco DOC Extra Dry BIO/Vegan

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Prosecco DOC Extra Dry certified ORGANIC and vegan is produced by Cantina Pizzolato in Villorba, Italy. This vineyard is 100% organic. This is a guarantee of quality for all their products.

In addition to being certified Organic, the Prosecco DOC Extra Dry is also certified vegan. Thus, no animal protein is used during the clarification process. . The bottle is made from 94% recycled glass. The 100% sustainable cork, as well as the cap and cardboard packaging, come from recycled materials. The label is also made from cotton industry waste and the amount of ink used is as low as possible.

Color

This sparkling wine with a fine and persistent beading has a bright straw yellow color.

Nose

On the nose, a fruity and harmonious fragrance recalls the queen apple.

Mouth

In the mouth, this Prosecco is velvety, fresh but also well balanced.

Tasting

Ideal for making exclusively ORGANIC cocktails. For Spritz with our organic Rondò bitter or Hugo with our organic Elderberry liqueur. Also try with our organic Sicilian blood orange liqueur, Arancello for an innovative and fresh cocktail!

Producer

With five generations of experience behind it, Pizzolato Settimo & Gino was founded in 1981. Originally, the company was involved in raising cattle, growing grapes and harvesting fruits and vegetables, including kiwis, peaches and strawberries.

Grapes and wine, products of excellence among all agricultural products, quickly proved to be the first to respond positively to organic methods. In 1991, the wines produced began to be controlled and certified by a control body in accordance with EEC Regulation No. 2092/91. In addition, winemaking and bottling techniques have also been regulated by a new European status for organic wine. Finally, the winery obtained organic certification in 1991, the year in which certification bodies were created in Italy.