Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore Rive di Ogliano DOCG Brut Nature Millesimato
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive di Ogliano DOCG Brut Nature Millesimato is a Prosecco wine produced by Biancavigna winery on the "rive", that is on the slopes of the steep hills that characterize the territory of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene and that represent the most suitable areas for Prosecco production. In the "Rive" zones, the production is reduced to 13t per hectare, the grapes are harvested exclusively by hand and the vintage is always indicated on the label. The grapes that make up this fine bubble come from the vineyards owned by the winery in Ogliano.
After a manual harvest in September, the vinification process provides for soft pressing of the grapes, with static decantation and fermentation at controlled temperatures. The wine is aged in stainless steel in contact with the fine lees and is refermented in autoclave at controlled temperatures with selected yeasts for about 120 days. It refines in the bottle for another 3 months.
This Rive di Ogliano Prosecco is brilliant in the glass and has a pale straw yellow colour. Very fine and elegant perlage, it anticipates complex aromas with hints of green apple and pear, combined with notes of white peach, apricot and a delicate floral background. Wide, fresh, persistent flavour, with an excellent correspondence to perfumes. It is recommended to serve at a temperature of 6-8 °C in tulip crystal glasses to enhance the aromas and perlage.
FOOD MATCHING SUGGESTIONS
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive di Ogliano DOCG by Biancavigna is the ideal Prosecco to pair with any meal. It will give you its best when paired with baked or grilled fish dishes, as well as seafood and white meat.
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Biancavigna winery was born on the hills of Conegliano, in Pieve di Soligo. It is here that this family-business gives life to high-quality Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Prosecco sparkling wines, capable of becoming a spokesman for a territory, its aromas and flavours, but also for its history and tradition. It all began with the paternal grandfather Genesio who continued to cultivate the family vineyards, a tradition inherited from the great-grandfather Luigi since the early twentieth century.