Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Superiore Brut 'Bosco di Gica' Adami

Proseccco Brut that is fresh and, with pleasant perfumes of melon and yellow apple, smooth and creamy
11.30 € 13.13 € - 14%
Immediate availability

Characteristics

Denomination

Prosecco di Valdobbiadene-Conegliano DOCG

Grape varieties

Glera 95%, Chardonnay 5%

Category

Sparkling Wines

Region

Veneto (Italy)

Alcohol content

11.0%

Bottle size

75 cl Bottle

Vineyards

Hills of the towns of Valdobbiadene-Vidor-Farra di Soligo soils of glacial origin, with soil clay and limestone

Vinification

Soft pressing with automated settling of must

Additional notes

Contains sulfites

Awards and accolades

Luca Maroni
90 / 100
Bibenda
Vitae AIS
Gambero Rosso
2 / 3
Robert Parker
89 / 100
Veronelli
87 / 100

To enjoy it at its best

Serving temp.
6°-8°C
Glass
Large flute
Large flute

Perfect for charmat method sparkling wines, because the narrow cup with bottom tip facilitates the development of perlage without dispersing the bubbles and the narrow opening helps the concentration of aromas, which do not need a lot of oxygenation to be enhanced

When to drink

When to drink

Right Away Young

Perfect to drink right away

SPARKLING WINE PROSECCO DI VALDOBBIADENE SUPERIORE BRUT 'BOSCO DI GICA' ADAMI DESCRIPTION

The Prosecco Brut "Bosco di Gica" by Adami owes its name to the place where it was born, an ancient forest in Colbertaldo of Vidor where stood the first vineyards of the family Adami; vineyards, purchased in 1920 by his grandfather Abele and his son Adriano. Vineyards an amphitheater, naturally beautiful and full of promise and hope. Solid rural roots and a lot of passion and dedication to a dream that has come true and that this has led to the basement of Valdobbiadene be an institution among these beautiful hills. The "Bosco di Gica" by Adami joins the Glera with a small percentage of Chardonnay which increases the freshness and aroma. Born on clay soil, limestone, at an altitude between 180 and 300 meters above sea level, where the winters are cold and summers are hot, dry summers; vineyards face south, often on hills with steep slopes. The "Bosco di Gica" by Adami is fermented at a controlled temperature with selected yeasts and stop for three months on the lees in stainless steel. It's a nice Prosecco Brut freshness and aromas reminiscent of yellow apple, peach, wisteria and acacia blossom. A young scent, a fruity flavor and a freshness that makes it the perfect companion of the warm summer evenings.

Colour Straw yellow with dense foam

Scent Fruity with notes of yellow apple, melon and peach

Taste Tangy, fresh, full, round and round

producer: Adami

Main wines
Prosecco, Cartizze
Foundation year
1933
Hectares of vineyards
52
Annual production
800.000 bt
Enologist
Franco Adami
Address
Via Rovede, 27 - 31020 Colbertaldo di Vidor (TV)

Perfect to drink with

  • Eggs and Savoury Pies
  • Pasta-Vegetables Sauce
  • Finger Food
  • Smoked Fish Appetizers
  • Ham and salami
  • Fish Soup without Tomato
  • Fish Tartare - Carpaccio
  • Warm Fish Appetizers
  • Pasta with Fish no Tomato