Marsuret Prosecco Brut N/V

The crisp air flowing through the small mountain pass of San Boldo slows the ripening of the grapes, giving them great freshness and acidity. The driest and most modern version of Marsuret's Proseccos, the essence of "San Boldo" remains delicate with an elegant complexity; a true reflection of the power of terroir.

Tasting Notes

The "San Boldo" Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco displays a straw yellow color that prefaces the crisp, characteristic aromas of golden apples and wild flowers. The palate is intense, dry, and fresh with a fine and persistent finish.

Food Pairing

Pairs beautifully with linguini in clam sauce or simply as an aperitif.

Production Info
Vineyard name
Cartizze, Col San Martino, Guia, Premaor, Rolle, Zuel, and Le Serre
Vineyard size
113 acres
Soil composition
Clay and sandstone and limestone
Training method
Guyot
Elevation
1,155 feet
Vines/acre
1400
Yield/acre
5.4 tons
Exposure
Southern
Harvest time
September
First vintage of this wine
1990
Bottles produced of this wine
50,000
Winemaking & Aging
Varietal composition
95% Glera, 5% Verdiso
Fermentation container
Stainless steel tanks
Fermentation temperature
54 °F
Analytical Data
Alcohol
11.5 %
pH level
3.3
Residual sugar
11 g/L
Acidity
5.8 g/L
Dry extract
18.4 g/L

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