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Prosecco Asolo Superior DOCG Extra Brut

Sparkling wine from Veneto

Alcohol: 11,50%
Grape: Glera
Production: 10,000 bottles
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If you are looking for a great extra-brut Prosecco, you are in the right place.

Bresolin brothers created an excellent Prosecco BIO with a savory, structured and fresh flavour.

Thanks to Asolo hills and its terroir, the Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG is unique, once you try you’re going to love it!

Vinification: Soft pressing, static must settling, fermentation with selected yeasts at monitored temperature (17-19°C). Maturation in contact with fine lees in stainless steel for three months. Frothing is realized according to the Italian method in steel autoclaves. Microfiltration is made before bottling to divide the yeast cells from the Spumante wine.

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Important to remember is the quantity of bottles produced each here in the Prosecco area (DOC/DOCG) which is around 450 million bottles. Focusing on small numbers and following the vineyard and cellar every day, Bresolin’s brothers are focusing on creating one of the best (and organic) Prosecco of the Asolo area.

Tasting note


Aging Potential: 1 year

Aging: Charmat Method - stainless steel 3 months

Alcohol: 11,50%

Appellation: Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG

Bottle size: 0.75

Grape: Glera

Harvest: 2019

Pairing: Starter, aperitif, fish, cured meat

Production: 10,000 bottles

Region: Veneto

Serve: 4/6°C

Type of wine: Sparkling


Two brothers, Enrico and Matteo, driven by the love for the vineyard. The hills of Asolo and its terroir give to their wines and Prosecco an unique personality. Organic agriculture and preservation of the ecosystem are key points for Bresolin BIO philosophy. Small production (<40,000 p/year) for top-quality wines.

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The natural choice

Wine and olive oil are a language and always they have a story to tell. Bresolin BIO products have roots in rich and fertile land, vineyards close to woods populated with roe deer, wild boar and wild birds. Not being able to disregard absolute respect for these places, here, it seemed truly inevitable. And therefore the choice of organic was inevitable.

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