Bandarossa Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG Extra Dry Millesimato Magnum

Bortolomiol - 2017
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Wine aromas: 
Floral
Food matching: 
Aperitif
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Product code: 
M009762017
Complete name: 
Bandarossa Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG Extra Dry Millesimato Magnum
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Alcohol %: 
11.5 % vol.
Vintage year: 
2017
Bottle size: 
1,5
Serving temperature: 
4-8 °C
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Description

Originally the "banda rossa", or Red Band, was a mark that the founder, Giuliano Bortolomiol, put only on bottles containing the best Extra Dry of the year. These were the bottles that were kept for real friends, those who shared his passion for the land, tradition and good wine. That special Prosecco that Giuliano marked has, since 1986, had its own label and signifies the quality of the best wines from the Bortolomiol winery.

TASTING NOTES

The aromas that reach the nose are of an almost perfect precision and enhanced by soft echoes of flowers and fruits, such as pear, apple and citrus. In the mouth it shows creamy freshness and pleasant fruity taste. We suggest to serve it at 6-8 °C..

FOOD MATCHNG SUGGESTIONS

Bandarossa Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG Extra Dry Millesimato is a great bubble for aperitifs, and it pairs perfectly with gourmet salads with fruits or stilysh fish appetizers, such as trout marinated in melissa grass and sour cream.

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Winery

Bortolomiol

Documents from the mid 18th Century prove the existence of Bartolomeo Bortolomiol, the ancestor from whom today’s family takes their name and calling to the production of wine. Bartolomeo spent his whole life growing grapes on the hillsides of Valdobbiadene, passing on to his descendents his love of the land and ability to get the best from it.

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