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N.V. Arcobello Prosecco Brut, Treviso, Italy

Fully sparkling and very pale straw coloured. The nose shows aromas of golden delicious apples and ripe pear. The palate is dry but fruity, with fresh apple and pear fruit and a clean refreshing finish.

Grape Variety: 100% Glera

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N.V. Arcobello Prosecco Brut, Treviso, Italy

Tasting Note

Fully sparkling and very pale straw coloured. The nose shows aromas of golden delicious apples and ripe pear. The palate is dry but fruity, with fresh apple and pear fruit and a clean refreshing finish.

Food Pairing

This prosecco is excellent as an aperitif, it matches perfectly with shellfish and lighter fish dishes.

Producer Info

Ermes Mansue is located in Treviso and was founded as recently as 2008. They have 305 hectares of vineyards planted to Glera (which is what Prosecco must now be called), Pinot Grigio, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and are something of a sparkling wine specialist. The Arcobello is a delightful aperitif, full of flavours of fresh dessert apples.

Regional Info

Treviso Prosecco (officially Prosecco DOC Treviso, and sometimes Prosecco di Treviso) is the title used for wines made from Prosecco DOC vineyards within the Treviso province of the Veneto region.When the Prosecco DOC was introduced in 2009, two provincial sub-regions were identified, the other being Trieste in Friuli- Venezia Giulia. The other Veneto provinces which produce Prosecco (Belluno, Padova, Venezia and Vicenza) cannot add their name to their Prosecco wine labels.

As with the generic Prosecco DOC, the spumante (fully sparkling) wines are the best known. However some frizzanti (gently sparkling) and a few tranquillo (still) wines are also made.

Treviso has continually proved itself to be the home of the finest examples of Prosecco, though many of the very best made within the provincial boundaries are sold under the Conegliano Valdobbiadene and Asolo Prosecco DOCG titles. Unlike Treviso Prodecco, these are distinct designations from the standard Prosecco DOC.

Winemakers Note

De-stemmed and pressed, the juice is run off to stainless steel tank for fermentation with selected yeasts at 18C. The wine is kept on its fine lees for 3 months before the second fermentation is carried out in a sealed tank rendering the wine sparkling.

4 reviews for N.V. Arcobello Prosecco Brut, Treviso, Italy

  1. Anonymous

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    Perfect. Not too sweet or dry.

  2. Lynne Sefton

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    Beautiful tasting and lovely texture.

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  4. Alex S.

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    This was bought to enjoy on it’s own but also to use in a spritz. Full of very fine bubbles and quite pleasant. Very good value and for the price it’s a good bottle.

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