Prosecco Treviso DOC Cuvée Ell’Erede Extra Dry


Typical of the Treviso region, the Glera grape is one of the most ancient: it has been highly prized since the Roman era. The Glera bunch is large, sparse, with multiple stalks and golden-yellow fruits.

The Winemaking Process

The Glera grapes mature toward the end of September. After a soft pressing the must is fermented at a controlled temperature, using selected yeasts. After fermentation, the wine is filtered and stored, then re-fermented in an autoclave, with the addition of liquer de tirage, at a temperature of 16 degrees Celsius. Once the sparkling wine has been obtained, it is chilled to -4 degrees Celsius and left in contact with the lees. Once the refining process has been concluded, the product undergoes isobaric filtration in a second autoclave, and then it is bottled.

The Wine

The wine is straw-colored with a fresh, intensely fruity aroma that recalls acacia flower, wisteria, wild apples and mountain honey. The perlage is subtle and persistent. It pairs well with seafood, white fish and shellfish; it is also excellent as an aperitif.

TOT. AC. % TART. AC.: 5.50
SUGAR G/L: 15.00
SO” MG/L: 130
ATM. PRESS.: 5.20


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