Delicate and fruity with a hint of honey, Candoni Prosecco is crisp and clean in the mouth. It has a pleasant acidity level that leaves behind a delicious and persistent freshness with a dry, well-balanced finish.
- •Varietal content:100% Prosecco
- •Region: Veneto
- •Appellation: D.O.C.
- •Alcohol level: 11% by volume
- •Content: 750 mL / 6 units in a case
187 mL / 24 units in a case
Vineyard & Winemaking Notes
Candoni Prosecco is produced in a flourishing winery nestled in the midst of the Prosecco area, close to the historic city of Portogruaro in Italy’s Veneto Region. The grapes are harvested early to maintain the freshness of the product. Prosecco is made with the Charmat Method, consisting of a double fermentation in which the second fermentation takes place in large, stainless steel pressurized tanks. The wine is then bottled under pressurized conditions, leaving no yeast. The result is a refreshing, clean, full, sparkling, fruity product.
This is a wine suitable for every occasion. Sashimi and sushi dishes go beautifully with Prosecco wine.
How to Serve
In order to appreciate this wine at its best, the bottle should be taken out of the cellar and immersed for about half an hour in an ice-bucket. The ideal temperature to drink this wine is 42.8° F – 46.4° F. The bottle should be carefully opened by hand. To open remove the foil, then twist and remove the wire. Point the bottle neck away from your body then slowly remove the cork twisting by hand and making sure the wine does not spill when opened! The best glasses to use are clear, transparent crystal flutes.
Candoni Prosecco should not be aged and is best consumed young. The bottles should be stored horizontally in a cool, dark, damp cellar.
The Veneto region is located in Northeastern Italy, lying between the foothills of the Alps and the top of the Adriatic Sea. This ribbon of land, nestled among picturesque vineyards, is home to charming cities such as Verona, Vicenza, Padova, Treviso, and Veneto’s crowning beauty: Venice. Veneto offers numerous combinations of microclimates, thanks to the Dolomites blocking cold temperatures from central Europe, indigenous grapes and wine traditions that hold their own in spectacular fashion. No other region boasts such winemaking diversity in such close proximity. From hearty reds to fragrant sparklers, these radically unique expressions are representative of what drives Italy’s global wine success. Geography might help explain why this region is home to so many individual pockets of wine but it is especially the agricultural and entrepreneurial spirit of its people to make this area one of the leading wine making region in the world.