Drusian Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry

SKU #1030883 Wine Enthusiast

 This Extra Dry Prosecco opens with frothy cream and floral tones of jasmine and honeysuckle. It tastes lively and fresh in the mouth tanks to its well-integrated acidity and its piquant effervesence.  (7/ 2009)

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The Drusian Family has been producing wine for three generations, starting with Giuseppino Drusian in the middle of 19th century and followed by his son Rino until 1984, and now continued by his son, Francesco. An innovator at this historic estate, Francesco has brought technological advancement as well as a passion for the land that manifests in his decision to use no pesticides or insecticides and only organic fertilizers. Produced using the Charmat (tank-fermented) method, from grapes grown in the calcareous, clay soils of the Valdobbiadene DOCG, the Extra Dry is straw-like in color, with notes of Granny Smith apple and white flowers that turn creamy on the mid-palate and finish crisp and clean.

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Italy

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