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Wine Prosecco DOC

Prosecco is a sparkling wine with a greenish yellow color sometimes tending towards straw yellow. Characterized by fresh floral scents and an elegant and persistent perlage, it is obtained from the processing of the native Glera grape. Among the different geographical areas of origin, Prosecco DOC Treviso comes from vineyards exclusively grown in the north-eastern territory of Italy.

Prosecco DOC Magrine Wine is cultivated in the eastern Veneto area located in the province of Treviso, one of the most historic and prestigious areas in the production of this wine known throughout the world. For sparkling wine lovers, Prosecco is excellent as an aperitif and perfect paired with refined appetizers and the finest fish preparations.

Prosecco Extra Dry

The most popular style of Prosecco is certainly Prosecco Extra Dry which has a sugar content of between 12-18 grams of sugar per liter. Prosecco DOC Extra Dry Magrine is a perfect balance between a rather perceptible sweetness and a calm freshness.

Prosecco Rosé

The Prosecco Rosé DOC Treviso Magrine is the result of a careful blend of the traditional Glera grape variety and the international Pinot Nero grape. It combines the elegance of floral notes and white fruit from the Glera variety with the typical hints of forest berries from Pinot Nero. A perfect harmony of olfactory complexity with an overwhelming expression and refreshing taste.

Prosecco Brut

The Prosecco DOC Brut Magrine Wine is the "dry" version of Prosecco wine, it has a sugar residue of less than 12 grams per liter. The Prosecco D.O.C. Brut appears slightly acidic compared to the Dry versions but maintains its fresh and balanced flavor, with a delicately fruity scent.