Marsuret Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene DOCG Brut San Boldo Magnum

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Type of Wine White
Country Italy
Region Veneto
Appellation Prosecco (Appellation)
Winery Marsuret
Grape Glera Perera
Content (Alc) 1.5 ltr (11.5%)
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Marsuret Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene Brut DOCG Magnum

Marsuret has traditionally been a family business and Prosecco producer in the Valdobbiadene area, with great respect for tradition and nature. The history begins as Agostino's grandfather, in between the two world wars, buys a vineyard in Val de Cune (Guia di Valdobbiadene) and starts producing sparkling wine with natural fermentation in the bottle. Since 1980 the domain has been in the hands of the brothers Ermes and Walter Marsura. Under their impetus, production techniques have improved so much that they (can) offer top quality that meets the strict requirements of the most critical consumer. Marsuret wants to maximize the personal character and typical taste of each grape variety and terroir.
The wine is made from the best selection of grapes from the vineyards located in Guia and Santo Stefano. The Prosecco Superiore is made from white wine in a classic way with gentle pressing and fermentation at controlled temperatures. The sparkling process consists of Méthode Charmat. The pressure is 4.8-5.2 atmospheres.
In the nose, the Marsuret Prosecco Superiore has a fine and elegant bouquet of flowers and fruit. The Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut has a beautiful perlage of just refined bubbles and is nicely mineral. On the palate, the prosecco has a dry and fresh taste, powerful and well-balanced. This is an ideal as an aperitif and for every moment.
This version is a festive magnum of 1.5 liters

Charmat method

This beautiful Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene Extra Dry is produced according to the Charmat method whereby a second fermentation does not take place in the bottle, but in the stainless steel barrel. Yeast and sugar are added to the tank, creating carbon dioxide. Because this carbon dioxide cannot escape, it dissolves in the wine. Liqueur d'expédition is added for bottling, a mixture of cane sugar, white wine and possibly esprit de cognac. When the second fermentation is finished, the sparkling wine is bottled under pressure. There is no contact with the outside air at any time.

Winery Marsuret

Marsuret is one of the few wineries that can carry the Prosecco Superiore predicate. You have Prosecco and Prosecco Superiore and that makes a world of difference. To be allowed to feed Prosecco Superiore DOCG strict rules must be met:

  1. The grapes must come from the Conegliano Valdobbiadene region and here also the vinification must take place. The following municipalities fall within this region: Conegliano, San Vendemiano, Colle Umberto, Vittorio Veneto, Tarzo, Cison di Valmarino, San Pietro di Feletto, Refrontolo, Susegana, Pieve di Soligo, Farra di Soligo, Follina, Miane, Vidor and Valdobbiadene.
  2. The minimum amount of Glera (the official name of the prosecco grape) in the wine must be at least 85%.
  3. The maximum yield per hectare is 135 hectoliters per hectare. This is substantially higher with the regular Proseccos.
  4. The maximum amount of juice compared to the picked fruit is 70%. So a maximum of 70 liters of juice can be squeezed from 100 kilos of grapes.
  5. Bottling must take place in the province of Treviso.
  6. Strict regulations with regard to residual sugar

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Vineyard for Marsuret  Prosecco Superiore di Valdobbiadene DOCG Brut San Boldo Magnum

Marsuret is a well-known winery located in the heart of the Prosecco region in Valdobbiadene, Italy. It is a family business dating back to 1936 and is known for its production of Prosecco wines. They mainly use glera grapes, the basis for Prosecco, and attach great importance to traditional production methods and grape selection.

More information about Marsuret

Marsuret produces several styles of Prosecco, including the dry "Brut" and the slightly sweeter "Extra Dry". These wines are popular for their fresh, fruity flavors and good value for money. In addition to their wine production, Marsuret also welcomes visitors for tours and tastings. This offers wine lovers the chance to explore the vineyards and taste Marsuret's Prosecco wines in beautiful surroundings. Marsuret wines are popular locally and internationally and are sold in wine shops and restaurants.

More Information
Type of Wine White
Country Italy
Region Veneto
Appellation Prosecco (Appellation)
Winery Marsuret
Grape Glera, Perera
Biological certified No
Natural wine No
Vegan No
Alcohol % 11.5
Alcohol free/low No
Content 1.5 ltr
Oak aging Yes
Sparkling Yes
Dessert wine No
Closure Cork
Tasting Profiles Fresh, Fruity, Lightly sweet, Tense, White fruit
Drink moments Borrelen, Cadeau!, Iets te vieren, Met vrienden, Romantisch, Summer party
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