NV Marsuret ‘San Baldo’ Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene DOCG

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Year NV

Denomination Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG

Producer Marsuret

Variety Glera

Alcohol 11.5%

Size 750ml

Serving temperature 8/9°C

Type Sparkling

Pairing ideal as an aperitif and perfect with all kinds of fish dishes

Sparkling winemaking method Charmat Method (autoclave)

The Glera grape from the Valdobbiadene area gives this Prosecco DOCG a bright pale straw yellow colour, lively with fine and persistent perlage. On the nose, it presents elegant and complex notes of golden apples with hints of wildflowers. On the palate, it is dry, intense and fresh.

The company founded by Agostino Marsura is still in Val de Cune in Guia di Valdobbiadene in the original buildings which, over the years, have been expanded and improved so that today they house some of the most advanced technology helping them to guarantee quality while caring for the environment. The winery is almost hidden from view sitting among the family’s vineyards in the most prestigious areas of the DOCG zone: Cartizze, Col San Martino, Guia, Premaor, Rolle, Zuel and Le Serre.

A genuine passion for quality wine cultivation forms the base of the Marsuret company mission. The family aim to increase production by expanding the number of vineyards they tend with their traditional care and attention so as to produce wines which improve in quality year after year.

The Marsura family is known by its old nickname of Marsuret. The family has a long tradition in wine growing and, just like the vines they tend, is a genuine product of the Valdobbiadene hills. The winery was founded in 1936 by Agostino Marsura when he bought a vineyard in Val de Cune in Guia di Valdobbiadene and started to produce the first sparkling wine with natural in-bottle fermentation. His brother Giovanni, many years his junior, dedicated himself to ensuring quality production, looking after the vineyards, harvesting by hand and carefully selecting the grapes used to make the wines. These values continue to form the heart of the Marsuret Winery.