The bouquet is generous, with emphatic notes of raspberry and amarena cherries, displaying a wonderful balance between the aromatic notes and the sense of freshness.


The palate is fruit-forward and smooth, full-bodied and well-structured; overall, it is a harmonious and elegant wine.

Growing Conditions

The weather is temperate, with cold winters and warm summers, with good ventilation; day-night temperature differentials are fairly good, particularly in the summer.


vineyards located in the DOC Prosecco area. South-southwest facing, at 70 metres? elevation, the vines are largely trained to the spurred cordon system and planted at an average density of 4,000 vines per hectare. The harvest, strictly by hand, is carried out in mid-October; the vineyard yield averages 9000 kg/ha.


The clusters are de-stemmed, the juice macerates briefly on the skins, and is then gently pressed in a bladder press. After gravity-settling, the must is fermented 18-20°C, then re-ferments in 3000 Liters steel pressure fermenters for about three months, in accord with the Italian Method.


It appears pink with crimson notes, luminous and brilliant, with delicate bead of fine bubbles and a soft but generous mousse.

Food Pairing

Prosecco Rosé Brut is a wonderful aperitif wine, while its full body and structure make it a superb partner with traditional Italian antipasti and first courses of fish and vegetables; the adventuresome will want to try it with fresh sheep and goat cheese. It is best enjoyed in the first year following harvest, but if well stored, both nose and palate will develop fine complexity over the two years following harvest.