Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Superiore Extra Brut 'Rive di Santo Stefano' Val d'Oca

The Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Brut "Rive di Santo Stefano" from Val d'Oca is a fresh and elegant Venetian sparkling wine based on Glera grapes, sparkling according to the Martinotti method. It presents itself with a delicate straw-colored garment and expresses to the nose aromas of fresh white flowers, mixed citrus fruit peel and white-paste fruit pulp, flowing into a fine and very dry, harmonious, savoury and persistent mouthfeel

11.00 €
Immediate availability

Characteristics

Denomination

Prosecco di Valdobbiadene-Conegliano DOCG

Grape varieties

Glera 100%

Category

Sparkling Wines

Region

Veneto (Italy)

Alcohol content

11.5%

Bottle size

75 cl Bottle

Vinification

Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel and refermentation in autoclave according to the Charmat / Martinotti method

Additional notes

Contains sulfites

Awards and accolades

Gambero Rosso
2 / 3

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 EXTRA BRUT 'RIVE DI SANTO STEFANO' VAL D'OCA DESCRIPTION

Colour Delicate and crystalline straw yellow

Scent Fresh white flowers, apple pulp and mixed citrus peel

Taste Harmonious, savory and dry, with a persistent fresh finish and a fine and lasting perlage

producer: Val d'Oca

Main wines
Prosecco, Cartizze
Foundation year
1952
Hectares of vineyards
950
Annual production
13.000.000 bt
Enologist
Carlo Pagotto
Address
Via San Giovanni, 45 - 31049 Valdobbiadene (TV)

Perfect to drink with

  • Eggs and Savoury Pies
  • Finger Food
  • Fried Fish
  • Fish Tartare - Carpaccio
  • Warm Fish Appetizers