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"Accademia" Prosecco DOC Brut

"Accademia" Prosecco DOC Brut.
Bottega
Location: Veneto, Treviso
22
£ 15.90 £ 12.50 -21%
Format 0.75 l. (£ 16.67/lt.)
cod. S6273
Simple, non-trivial

What: Natural acidity and good minerality
Why: For its good fruity aromas
Perfect with: Ideal for aperitifs

Marketed by: Svinando Wine Club via G. Cane 47bis-50 12055 Diano d'Alba (CN) - Italy.
"Accademia" Prosecco DOC Brut
Bottega
Location: Veneto, Treviso
£ 15.90 £ 12.50 -21%
Format 0.75 l. (£ 16.67/lt.)
cod. S6273
Simple, non-trivial

What: Natural acidity and good minerality
Why: For its good fruity aromas
Perfect with: Ideal for aperitifs

Marketed by: Svinando Wine Club via G. Cane 47bis-50 12055 Diano d'Alba (CN) - Italy.
"Accademia" Prosecco DOC Brut - Bottega

The pleasure of a well-made wine. Simple but not banal. Ideal for an aperitif but which also does not disdain a place on the table at a dinner with friends. All this is Bottega Prosecco DOC Brut, made by the fine Veneto winery with full respect for tradition and the raw material used. The grapes are harvested when sensory analyses carried out on the berries in the vineyard and ripening index analyses show natural acidity and good minerality. Harvesting begins around mid-September and the bunches are brought quickly to the cellar to prevent them from spoiling. The grapes are then destemmed and softly pressed, followed by a delicate phase of cleaning the must. The first fermentation takes place in steel tanks. Then, in accordance with the Martinotti method, the second fermentation takes place in an autoclave, at a controlled temperature to preserve the fragrance and typical aromas of the grapes. At the end of the sparkling process, the wine is cold stabilised, filtered and bottled. This reveals a beautiful goblet characterised by a straw-yellow colour with golden reflections, fine and persistent perlage. The nose is decidedly fruity, with distinct hints of apple, white peach and citrus fruits, but also floral. In the mouth it is above all fresh and delicate. Good balance, due to the marked acidity and pleasant softness.

Raise your hand if you have never turned around and walked past a shelf or table on which a bottle of sparkling wine all in gold or silver was proudly displayed. When this happens, the goal of Bottega is achieved. With packaging like this it is difficult, if not impossible, to go unnoticed. A little excessive? Perhaps it is but, and this is something few people know, there is also a lot of history inside that bottle. Suffice it to say that the 'progenitor' of the Bottega family, Andrea, was already cultivating vines in one of the most beautiful places in the world, the hills above the Molinetto della Croda di Refrontolo, as far back as 1635. At that time, the Bottega family were tenant farmers of the Counts of Collalto, from whom they later succeeded in freeing themselves by becoming small direct cultivators. Over the centuries, they moved from wine marketing to distillation, achieving great success, and then moved on to the production of quality wines, with a beautiful site right in the Prosecco hills. Today, one reads on the company's website, Bottega wines and liqueurs have won over 350 international prizes and awards. And they are present in more than 140 countries around the world. But that's not enough. As of 2017, Bottega Gold is the second best-selling sparkling wine in travel retail according to the IWSR ranking. Besides appearance, therefore, also substance.

Technical Data Sheet
CHARACTERISTICS
  • TypeProsecco DOC
  • Location Veneto
  • Grapes Glera
  • Sensations Colour and appearance: Straw yellow with golden reflections, fine and persistent perlage. Nose: Fruity (with distinct hints of apple, white peach and citrus fruits) and floral notes (with delicate hints of acacia and wisteria). Taste: Fresh, delicate, well-balanced, its acidity and softness blend harmoniously.
  • Vinification The grapes are harvested when sensory analyses carried out on the berries in the vineyard and ripening index analyses show natural acidity and good minerality (induced by the soil). The bunches, generally harvested around mid-September, are brought quickly to the cellar to avoid mechanical damage and early oxidation. The grapes are destemmed and softly pressed in order to separate the skins from the must, and finally decanting, i.e. cleaning the must. The first fermentation takes place in steel tanks following the addition of selected yeasts. In accordance with the Martinotti method, the second fermentation takes place in autoclaves, at a temperature that is maintained at 14 °C, to preserve the fragrance and typical aromas present in the original grapes. At the end of the sparkling process, the wine is cold stabilised, filtered and bottled.
  • Alcoholic strength 11% vol
  • Allergens Contains sulphites
TASTING RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Tips Store in a cool place, away from light, bottle upright. Refrigerate no more than 24 hours beforehand. Open and serve at the time
  • Serving temperature 8 grades
  • GlassTulipano alto
  • When to drink it in 2 years
  • Pairing Aperitif
PRODUCTION NOTES
  • Italy

  • BOTTEGA S.P.A. Codega di Sant'Urbano (TV)

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