What is the origin of Riccadonna, the sparkling wine that accompanies our celebrations?
What is behind each bottle? Riccadonna reveals some of the places where they make their different presentations, guaranteeing the quality, the denomination of origin and the style that characterizes them.
Places like Maser and Valdobbiadene, in the Veneto region, provide the perfect setting for everything about Riccadonna Prosecco D.O.C. The glera grape is harvested and then the production plant for this variety has all the technology for the best standards.
Already in the Piedmont region, you can get to know Riccadonna Asti, where the harvest takes place in the vineyards of Moscato Bianco, an aromatic and sweet grape. This variety goes through a series of high-quality certifications, for which it obtains the Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin (D.O.C.G.).
Some features are eye-opening and quite an experience. Like the cold pressing of freshly harvested grapes to guarantee flavor and aroma; fermentation in steel tanks known as the Charmat method, by which the bubbles are obtained; and, finally, the harvest of the grapes for the production of Riccadonna is done by hand.
Riccadonna Prosecco Rosé
It belongs to the Millesimato range, which means that it is produced with grapes from a single harvest, that is, from a single year. This detail is also specified on the bottle.
With notes of green apple and pear skins, red berries and rose hips; This variety is made from 85% Glera grapes and 15% Pinot Noir in the Prosecco area of the Veneto-Italy region; and like Riccadonna Prosecco, it has the Controlled Designation of Origin (D.O.C) certification. This new Riccadonna release is now available for sale in specialized liquor stores and supermarkets. It is recommended to serve it at a temperature of 6°C and accompany it with sushi, fish and shellfish, salads and pasta with vegetables.
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