Principe di Porcia Vintage Prosecco “2019”


Cuvée: Vintage Prosecco
Vintage: 2019
Grape(s): Glera
Fermentation: Native
Appellation: Prosecco
Region, Country: Veneto, Italy
Size: 750 ml
ALC./ABV: 11%

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Wine name: Principe di Porcía – Prosecco Extra Dry Millesimato

Denomination: V.S.Q.A.

Vineyards in production: 4,70 hectares

Growing area: Azzano Decimo (Pordenone)

Soil profile: Deep soil with a silty-clay loam texture, sub-alkaline

with moderate limestone

Grape: Glera “tondo”

Vineyard aspect: Northeast-Southwest

Average vineyard age: 8 years

Elevation: 25 metres asl

Training system: Double Guyot

Vineyard density: 3.500 vines per hectare

Crop yield: 18.000 kg per hectare

Annual production: Average 30.000 bottles

Vinification: The grapes are de-stemmed and pressed gently, then

the juice macerates on the skins for 12 hours at 10°C.

After this process the wine undergoes a second

fermentation at 14°C in steel pressure fermenters

and maturation of 30 days on the fine lees

Maturation: In steel

Bottle ageing: 2 months

Appearance: A subtle straw yellow, with a long-lingering bead

of pin-point bubbles

Bouquet: Delicate, fruity, with a refined impression of yeast

Palate: Truly distinctive for its refined aromatics

and exquisite balance

Alcohol: 11,00%

Total acidity: 6,00 g/l

pH: 3,15

Pressure: 5,00 atm

Dry extract: 22,00 g/l

Total SO2: 100 mg/l (legal maximum: 200 mg/l)

Residual sugar: 15,00 g/l

Serving suggestions: Superb as aperitif, it partners perfectly with fish

in general, although not with stews; it is delicious too with sweets, fruit, and

fruit crostate. Best enjoyed at 6°C

Subtle straw yellow with a long-lingering bead of pin-point bubbles. Delicate, fruity, with a refined hint of yeasts on the nose. Truly distinctive for its refined aromatics and exquisite balance.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 10 × 25 cm


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750 ml

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