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Gran Duca Prosecco


Prosecco DOC wine is produced with grapes grown in three different regions, covering a large portion of the territory between Eastern Veneto and Friuli. This hilly countryside is surrounded by the Dolomites, the world-famous mountains in the Eastern Italian Alps, which are a UNESCO World-Heritage Site and by the Adriatic Sea, not forar from the legendary town of Venice.

Here vine-growing has extremely ancient origins, and the area has a unique microclimate, thanks to its position between the sea and the Prealps and to the position of the hills, on which the vineyards benefit form excellent exposure to sunshine.


The grapes used for Prosecco DOC are primarily Glera, a typical variety grown in north-eastern Italy since Roman times. Glera is a type of white grape, which gives a wine rich of floral and fruity aromas, and a fresh, light and lively taste, making Prosecco DOC the symbol of simple, refined drinking, intrinsically tied to the unmistakable Made in Italy lifestyle.


Prosecco DOC is a perfect companion to appetizers and seafood, but mostly it is the King of the Brunch and of the Aperitif, especially the world-famous Spritz and Mimosa cocktails, where it is the undisputed star!


Brilliant yellow color with slightly golden tones. Very fine bubbles and light foam.

The aroma opens with a very pleasant and persistent nose rich of peaches and green apples notes.

The taste is fragrent and delicate aromatic and perfectly balanced with the right acidity giving a lively character and a very appealing fruity finish.

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