Bottega Gold

It is a Prosecco Doc sparkling wine, produced with Glera grapes from Valdobbiadene hills, a geographic great suggestion area, well-known for the excellent oenologic attitudes.

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Bottega Gold

Prosecco Doc Spumante Brut
Bottega Gold is a Prosecco Doc Brut sparkling wine, obtained by the vinification in white of the Glera grapes, grown in the Valdobbiadene hills. This area is close to the Venetian Prealps and characterized by a climate perfect for this native variety of grape. The vineyards are located on a hilly territory that not only has a landscape of great value but also a long wine-growing tradition. These grapes are hand picked and softly pressed in the winery. The must obtained is maintained in stainless steel containers at low temperature to keep its freshness. It follows the fermentation in autoclave for nearly 40 days, at a controlled temperature of 14-15° C, with the addition of selected yeasts (Charmat method). The golden bottle protects the wine by any source of light, preserving its aroma and freshness thus giving the wine a longer life.

Colour and appearance: Brilliant, with a rich and persistent foam and fine perlage. Pale straw yellow
Bouquet: Clear, characteristic, fruity and flowery with scents of Golden apple, Williams pear, acacia flowers and lily of the valley
Taste: Quite tasty, harmonious, elegant and fresh
Suggested glass: Flute
Serving temperature: 4/5°C – 40°F
Vine: Glera
Origin: Valdobbiadene (Veneto)
Sugar: 11-12 g/l Brut
Alcohol content: 11% vol.
Acidity: 5-6 g/l

Jeroboam
Cod. V23083300N
11% vol. l 3
Magnum
Cod. V23083150
11% vol. l 1,5
Cl 75
Cod. V23083075
11% vol. cl 75
Birillo
Cod. V23083020
11% vol. cl 20
Tripack Gold gift box
(3 Birilli cl 20)
Cod. V25001



Bottega Gold Merchandising

Bottega Rose Gold

Pinot Nero Spumante Brut
Characteristics and production process: The grapes are hand picked and vinified at a controlled temperature. The skins stay in contact with the must for 24 hours. Must and skins are then separated with a soft pressing. Fermentation occurs at a controlled temperature of 18 ° C. During the year which follows the harvest, the obtained wine goes through the sparkling process. Second fermentation in steel containers occurs according to the Italian Charmat method at a controlled temperature of 14° C and lasts 60-90 days.
Colour and appearance: Brilliant with fine and lasting perlage. Peach-coloured
Bouquet: Distinctly flowery with scent of mixed berries, mainly currants and wild strawberries
Taste:: Fresh, with a good acidity, harmonious, delicate and persistent
Suggested glass: Crystal flute or white wine glass
Serving temperature:: 4/5°C – 39/41°F
Vine: Pinot Nero
Origin: Oltrepò Pavese (Lombardia)
Sugar: 12 g/l Brut
Alcohol content:: 11,5% vol.
Acidity: 5,8-6 g/l

cl. 75
cod. V23038075
11,5% vol. cl 75

Bottega White Gold

Pinot Nero Spumante Brut
Characteristics and production process: The grapes originate from vineyards in the hills (100-300 meters above sea level) and are characterized by marine sedimentary soils with fine clays. The grapes are manually harvested in wooden cases. It follows the vinification in white with immediate separation of the must from the skins. The wine obtained goes through the sparkling process which takes place in autoclave at 14° C with selected yeasts specific for Pinot Noir. The process has a duration of between 40 and 60 days and includes the daily pump-over of the product. The wine is then stabilized for a week at a temperature of -5° C and finally filtered and bottled.
Colour and appearance: Brilliant, fine and very persistent perlage. Straw yellow
Bouquet: Delicate, flowery, with hints of white fruit and dried fruit
Taste: Dry, velvety, fresh and persistent
Suggested glass: Crystal flute or white wine glass
Serving temperature:: 4/5°C – 39/41°F
Vine: Pinot Nero
Origin: Oltrepò Pavese (Lombardia)
Sugar: 11-13 g/l Brut
Alcohol content:: 12% vol.
Acidity: 5.50-6.00 g/l

cl. 75
cod. V23047075
12% vol. cl 75