Prosecco extra dry Millesimato 2021 Reguta
Pale straw yellow color.
The nose has good intensity with clean floral and fruity aromas. We can hear hawthorn and black locust, yellow apple, pear and medlar.
On the palate it has fine carbon, and good acidity, while the dosage makes it round and pleasant. Immediate and clean, minerality extends its perception and drinkability. Aromas of fruit come from the palate.
Among the Italian sparkling wines, Reguta‘s vintage Prosecco is excellent as an aperitif, with appetizers and tapas, but given its structure also with raw fish and sushi, vegetable purees and raw light zucchini carpaccio.
Prosecco extra dry Millesimato 2019 Reguta
Curiosity: Many think that Prosecco is a production method, while it was the name of the grape variety and the wine that was produced from it. To better protect and enhance the denomination of controlled origin, the law intervened, and the Ministerial Decree 21 / July / 2009 states that the name Prosecco will no longer be used to indicate the vine, but only the ancient and dialectal synonym Glera. Prosecco is therefore the wine, which is produced in specific areas, from the Glera grape.
The DOC Prosecco Wine Production Area is located in two regions:
Veneto region, in the provinces of Belluno, Padua, Treviso, Venice and Vicenza.
Friuli Venezia Giulia region, in the provinces of Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste and Udine.