Pale yellow color, with straw colored reflections and a very present and continuous perlage.
Uncork a Contradagranda extra-dry, a wine that will certainly be remembered for its extreme versatility, with wine expert Filippo Bartolotta.
This wine, made from the glera grape variety, a native vine of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, is definitely a child of its territory, because of the memory it leaves in prosecco lovers.
Of pale yellow color, with straw colored reflections and a very present and continuous perlage. It is sweet and well-defined at the nose with clear notes of green apple, plum, pear and apricot which alternate floral hints of jasmine, acacia and wisteria.
It is perfect in combination with a delicate prosciutto san daniele or with a taste of grana padano cheese.
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