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Prosecco Superiore Lunatico Rive DOCG Bio (6 bottles)

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

The sparkling wine is the pride of our company. It is produces in the Extra Dry type, the more traditional one.

The varietal aroma combines with the flavor enhanced by the bubbles. The color is straw yellow enlivened by bright beading. Fresh and elegant, it is rich in fruity aromas of apple, pear, with a hint of citrus fruit that fade into the floral bouquet. The wine is soft and dry at the same time thanks to a lively acidity.

The pack contains: 6 bottles of Spumante DOCG Lunatico Rive Bio

SKU: AZR-PRO

Product Description

The Sparkling version is certainly the best known declination of Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG. It is certainly the most modern approach of the type , which fully expresses the agile and energetic character of the Prosecco Superiore. To enhance the production area we chose to use the grapes for our wine type “Rive”, which can only be produced for the sparkling one. The “Rive” in fact emphasizes the greater effort and hard work that requires the cultivation of vines on steep terrain, with elliptic, curvy , soft curves. In short, it expresses the very essence of the territory, its uniqueness . The “Rive” is a difficult wine to produce and follows stricter rules than all other types of Conegliano Valdobbiadene. The grapes must come from a single place mentioned on the label, the production must be less than other types of Superior; harvesting must be done exclusively by hand, you should always indicate the production year (the calendar year) and it can only be produced in the Sparkling version, the most qualitative one. It contains: 6 bottles of Prosecco Superiore Lunatico Rive DOCG Bio.

Additional Information

Weight 6 kg
Dimensions 40 x 30 x 40 cm

1 review for Prosecco Superiore Lunatico Rive DOCG Bio (6 bottles)

  1. 5 out of 5

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    From The Sunday Times, November 2011, by Bob Tyrer: “I’m childishly excited at discovering an Italian wine called Lunatico.

    Just as journalists used to joke (until we took a dose of ethics) that some stories were too good to check, so some wines are too temptingly named not to be written up.

    When a bottle of Lunatico hove into view at a tasting on the day that Italian bond prices breached the 7% danger zone (if you don’t know what that means by now, don’t ask), I prayed it would at least be drinkable.

    My fears were soundly based. Lunatico is a prosecco, the northeast Italian fizz that, at its worst, vies with the dregs of Spanish cava for the bottom of the cheapo sparkling market. Would Lunatico taste of cardboard, wet dog, or a straitjacket?” http://www.vinolunatico.com/su-the-sunday-times/

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