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Bepin de Eto Prosecco DOCG Superiore Millesimato Extra Dry

369 Kč (with VAT) 304,96 Kč (without VAT)
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Discount 6% Original price: 389 Kč with VAT
Manufacturer: Cantina Bepin de Eto
Alcohol amount: 11.5%
Country of origin: Italy
Wine region: Veneto
Sugar content: Semi-dry
Grapes: Glera
Food pairing: Starters, Desserts
Event suggestion: weddings and engagements, anniversary and birthday, celebration of success, hostess gift
Closure type: Cork
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"Here in the Veneto region, in the Conegliano hills, my love, my passion, is to capture the very essence of what surrounds us and to create still and sparkling wines of outstanding quality." - The motto of the Bepin de Eto winery which only strives to the high, uncompromised, and precise quality in every way of their product-making. The family tradition of wine cultivation has preserved until these days and so it benefits from a rich knowledge of experience. In present days the Bepin de Eto wines are shaped by long-lasting tradition which mirrors in their technical-procedure site and as well in their designs.

A wine from Glera grapes, the most typical breed for prosecco, is pale yellow sparkling wine with subtle hints of green, compellingly luminous, with a near-endless bead of the tiniest bubbles. Apple, pear, and peach emerge on the nose, lifted by delicate floral notes of rose petals and acacia blossoms, plus a finish ennobled with a hint of fresh greens. The crisp palate is both smooth and sweet, perfectly complemented by a noticeable, lemonish acidity. Suitable for a toast, simple starters and for desserts and fruit as well.

Don´t be confused by the name Extra Brut / Extra Dry, which has for prosecco a different meaning than usually. In this region, the name Extra Dry is used for semi-dry wines with a higher sugar content - thus the name Dry.

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