Col Fondo, Mongarda

Col Fondo, Mongarda - 2022

Item # 36567 750mL

A family-owned estate that works as naturally as possible to achieve the ultimate expression of their fine fruit. Their Prosecco is made in Col Fondo method, that uses a secondary fermentation and accounts for the cloudiness. The use of crown cap is not allowed in Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG, but the winemaker feels that it is the best closure and chooses to declassify his wine, excluding the word Prosecco from the label. Full-flavored Prosecco it still is, and a treat with seafood and light pasta dishes.

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Prosecco

Until recently, "Prosecco" could refer either to a wine or to a white grape. In 2009, however, the grape was renamed "Glera" in a bid to protect Prosecco's good name. Prosecco is usually a sparkling wine made by the Charmat method, though still versions do exist. Because it is so easy to drink, with or without food, Prosecco is a hugely popular choice for parties.

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