Valdo Oro Puro Prosecco DOC Rosé 750ml
Oro Puro Prosecco DOC Rosé is the splendid pink version of Prosecco, where Glera grapes meet Pinot Nero to give life to a Rosè Brut Millesimato sparkling wine, obtained with a sparkling process in steel for at least 90 days. Its elegant and minimalist style, with an extremely refined, silky pink colour, and persistent foam, is inviting in aromas that recall the notes of apple and small red fruits. The flavour is delicate, rich in fruity sensations, pleasantly harmonious and with a long finish.
90% Glera, 10% Pinot Nero
Pinot Noir: one-day maceration followed by soft pressing. Glera: soft pressing and fermentation at controlled temperature.
3 months in a pressurised vat followed by maturing in the bottle
A soft, bright pink reminiscent of the colour of rosehip petals.
Floral and delicately fruity, with hints of apple, pear and small red fruits
Dry, harmonious, persistent and pleasantly fruity.
Gradual cooling in the refrigerator, without excessive temperature changes. To fully appreciate the product, a long-stemmed glass is the most suitable, serve at 6-7C°.
As an alternative aperitif, it goes very well with pasta and fish dishes, particularly with tuna or sea bass tartare.
The name Prosecco Valdo is immediately reminiscent of the upper regions of the Valdobbiadene, for which it is an ambassador throughout the world.
The history of the Valdo Wineries in this region of great natural riches and the heart of production for the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG dates back to 1926.
Since then, Valdo has given precedence to a culture of excellence, taste and know-how, earned by hard work and tireless passion.
It is from this passion that Prosecco Valdo is created.
The history of Prosecco Valdo began in 1926, when a group of enterprising winemakers from Valdobbiadene decided to join forces creating the Società Anonima Vini Superiori: a company principally devoted to sparkling wine production of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore and Cartizze.
The great step forward in terms of quality started at the beginning of the twenties when the company was bought by the Bolla family from Verona and was renamed: Valdo Spumanti.
Sergio Bolla the father of Pierluigi, the current Chairman, focused on expanding sales both in Italy and abroad, he set new commercial and production targets with the aim of increasing awareness of Prosecco Valdo, or to be precise the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, throughout the world.