Prosecco DOC Spumante Brut

From 100% Glera (Prosecco DOC) grapes, with a fine and persistent perlage, this Spumante Brut wine seduces with its fresh, dry and sapid flavour, with a pleasant harmonic and fruity aftertaste. Let this wine captivate you with its fruity aroma of ripe golden apple in its happy marriage with hints of flowers of the field.

Production area

Vineyards located in D.O.C. Prosecco Area

Grape variety

Glera (known as Prosecco)


Max 180 q/ha

Wine production process

Second ten days of September

Sparkling wine production process

Martinotti-Charmat method


Light straw yellow


Fine and persistent


Pleasantly fruity and floral with hints of ripe golden apple and delicate scents of field flowers


Fresh, savoury and dry with a pleasantly harmonic and fruity finish

Serving temperature

6°-8° C

Average data

Alcool 11% vol Sugar content 13 g/l Acidity 5,6 g/l

Serving suggestions

Perfect as an aperitif of to be served with light first courses. Suited to all courses with fish.


0,75 l 1,5 l

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Selezione Internazionale Vini da Pesce 2013


Concorso Enologico Internazionale 2011

In the selection of wines proposed by Casa Farive we find the Prosecco DOC Brut , a sparkling wine obtained 100% from Glera grapes from the defined area of ​​Prosecco D.O.C.
The grapes are processed with the Martinotti – Charmat Medoto which provides for a second fermentation of the wine inside autoclaves and which enhances the aromatic and fruity notes, giving life to a fresher and ideal wine for an aperitif.
We are talking about a Spumante Brut that seduces for its fresh, dry and savory flavor, with a pleasant harmonious and fruity aftertaste.

Let yourself be captivated by its fruity scent of golden apple, in its happy union with the delicate scent of wild flowers.
Prosecco DOC Brut is characterized by a fine and persistent perlage, a peculiarity that highlights the quality of the product.
In addition to accompanying aperitifs, this sparkling wine is perfect in combination with delicate-flavored first courses and fish-based courses.