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Castello Di Roncade Prosecco Brut

Castello Di Roncade Prosecco Brut
Volume: 750 mL , Alcohol: 11.5%




100% Glera


Flowery and exotic, like an Instagram-worthy botanical garden


Not overly sweet but instead fresh, balanced, and lively with delicate bubbles gently dancing with every sip.



Out of 13 ratings


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More about this wine from Treviso, Italy
If you were a baron... what would you do?!?! We'd purchase a dope castle in the wine region that made Prosecco famous, eat a ton of Italian meats and cheeses, and consume ungodly amounts of wine. That's kinda exactly what Baron Tito Ciani Bassetti did when he chose to buy Castello di Roncade and make it his family residence and the place where he could follow one of his dreams: winemaking. The castle is surrounded by vineyards that have been producing killer juice since the Romans. It's good to be a Baron!

This Prosecco ain't no overly sweet or cheap juice used only to make bottomless mimosas at brunch. It does make a damn good mimosa, but this juice is dry, frothy, and gives off day dreams of being a Baron yourself. The nose is elegant with notes of white flowers and tropical fruits. The palate is fresh, balanced, and lively with those little bubbles playfully all splish splash-y on the inside your cheeks.
How to drink it

Pro Tip:

A long-awaited promotion at work is an obvious call for celebration as you break open the bubbles and toast to being not quite as broke as you were before.

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