Mionetto Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut 750ml
SKU: GW547075

Mionetto Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut

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Category Sparkling Wine
Origin Italy, Veneto, Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene
Brand Mionetto
Alcohol/vol 11%

The Prosecco DOC (Controlled Denomination of Origin) area was established in 2009. The DOC area is located in the North-East of Italy and comprises of five provinces of the Veneto region (Treviso, Venezia, Padova, Belluno - this is only 4) and four in the Friuli - Venezia Giulia one (Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste e Udine). As the wines from Treviso and Trieste area of high quality and Prosecco grapes are traditionally cultivated here, producers are allowed to add the name “Treviso” and “Trieste” to the Denomination. Under the new regulations, the grape variety has adopted the old name Glera, which is a synonym of Prosecco.

Soil characteristics: very diversified, from stony to clayey or sandy.

Wine characteristics: less intense and persistent than DOCG, more or less floral and fruity depending on the soil.

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Pale green with a persistent froth. A whiff of sulfur blows off to reveal simple green apple and floral aromas.Bright and fresh, with uncomplicated flavors similar to the aromas. Finishes with decent length and a hint of sweetness.

Ian D'Agata, September 2011
Wine Advocate
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Mionetto's NV Prosecco Brut is a solid, reliable offering with good varietal character and balance. Still, it would be nice to see this large house make more ambitious wines. I recently saw Mionetto's Prosecco being poured in one of Manhattan's most fashionable hotel bars and couldn't help thinking that Prosecco can be so much more. If the region's top producers are truly serious about protecting the integrity of the Prosecco brand, the first place to start is by putting a higher quality product in the bottle. This is Lot: L10099. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2011.

Antonio Galloni, August 2010
Wine Enthusiast
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Fun and informal, this simple, lightly scented sparker has subtle aromas of apple that carry over to the racy palate along with a citrusy note. Brisk acidity gives it a crisp finish.

Kerin O'Keefe, December 2017
Wine Spectator
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Crisp acidity frames this light, floral Prosecco, which shows hints of peach skin and stone. Drink now.

Alison Napjus, 2019

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