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Santome – Prosecco DOC Treviso Rosé

Italy
Veneto
Wine
Sparkling

The Facts

Origins Italy > Veneto > Treviso Prosecco

Appellation Treviso Prosecco

Varietal Glera

Cepage 90% Glera, 10% Pinot Noir

Winemaking Charmat Method (sparkling process takes place in pressurized stainless steel tank called Autoclave – 60 days)

Alcohol Content 11.0 %

Serendipity Markets Texas

The Character

Tasting Notes Colour: pale straw rosè. Nose: intense and fresh. Fruity component of strawberry and raspberry follows with delicate hint of rose and hawthorn flowers. Palate: pleasant, aromatic, fresh, smooth-flowing. Well-balanced, with a dry, sapid and persistent finish.

Overall Fresh and Elegant

Pairings Aperitifs, light fish courses, risotto and quiche

Sustainability Vegan t

The Story

Prosecco Rosè Doc Treviso is produced from the remaining 24 hectares in “Grave di Papadopoli”, an island formed by the river Piave, where an ideal soil enhances the main attributes of Prosecco: scent, freshness and balanced taste.

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About Santome

Brand Story

It all began with grandfather, Antonio, a vineyard expert and great enthusiast. In the '70s, our father, Armando, continued by purchasing and equipping thirty hectares of fertile land in the ""Grave di Papadopoli"" area, while ""supporting"" the vineyards with concrete poles throughout most of our peninsula. His sons Alan (winemaker) & William (accountant) followed suit, setting up the splendid Santomè wine farm, purchased in 1999. From February 2010, a further three hectares were incorporated, adjacent to the village of Collalto, in the heart of the designated Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadine DOCG zone. Altogether there are 60 hectares of vineyards and wine is made and sold in the new premises in Biancade (Treviso).


Brand Story

It all began with grandfather, Antonio, a vineyard expert and great enthusiast. In the '70s, our father, Armando, continued by purchasing and equipping thirty hectares of fertile land in the ""Grave di Papadopoli"" area, while ""supporting"" the vineyards with concrete poles throughout most of our peninsula. His sons Alan (winemaker) & William (accountant) followed suit, setting up the splendid Santomè wine farm, purchased in 1999. From February 2010, a further three hectares were incorporated, adjacent to the village of Collalto, in the heart of the designated Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadine DOCG zone. Altogether there are 60 hectares of vineyards and wine is made and sold in the new premises in Biancade (Treviso).

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