The pleasure of Prosecco in its simplest and most accessible version, this light and fresh frizzante. It has a flowery bouquet with hints of acacia flowers and is elegantly fruity with notes of apple. Its pleasant, lightly sparkling taste is fresh, harmonious and simply enchanting. One of our many Italian Press Reviewed Prosecco's.
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The name 'Marsuret' is the family nickname of the Agostino Marsura, who bought these vineyards in the Valdobbiadene hiils in 1936. His mission was to produce quality wines which reflect the land from which they come. All projects and actions originate from a deep respect for nature and tradition.
Attention is paid to all production stages so as to preserve the personality and features which are typical of each wine. The younger generation, Giovanni, Valter and Ermes now run the estate and carry on this tradition, having grown up among the vines and the hills. They have brought about changes with new production techniques and constant careful research, to guarantee quality and care for the environment.Fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperatures.
The best grapes are selected and harvested by hand when perfectly ripe so as to get exactly the right blend of fragrances and flavours for their award-winning Proseccos.
"This semi - sparkler is the frizzante offering from a producer of good quality, full-bodied Prosecco. The Italian phrase 'vino frizzante' suggests less vigorous effervescence; the bubbles are softer, which can emphasise the zesty, lime-like tones of the mid-palate, and the finish is fatter - not sweet, just off-dry. This is ideal with creamy pasta, petit fours or lemon tart, rather than anything that needs cut and crispness."
The Marsuret vineyards lie in the area of hills where Valdobbiadene DOCG is produced. Each position is special and each vineyard gives unique characteristics to the Prosecco Superiore grown there. These precious vineyards, spread among the steep hills, ar