Prosecco D.O.C. Millesimato

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Prosecco DOC Millesimato Bonotto

Since the mid-thirteenth century, the toponym ‘Prosech’ or ‘Prosecum’, but also the more modern ‘Proseco’ has referred to a small town which borders the diocese of Trieste to the south east and the territory of Duino to the north. Glera is a white grape variety, a basic component of Prosecco. It has hazelnut-colored shoots and produces large, long bunches, with golden-yellow berries.



Production area

Rai di San Polo di Piave (TV)

Harvest period

Early September


White vinification, with immaculate separation of the skins. The bubbling through the Martinotti Charmat method in an autoclave

Residual sugar


Sensory notes

Color: brilliant straw yellow

Bouquet: the bouquet recalls fruity notes, such as white peach, apple and pear

Taste: pleasantly acidulous and flavorful, fresh and fruity


Very pleasant as an aperitif or for the whole meal

Serving temperature

Best served very chilled at 8 – 10 °C

Alcohol content