Giusti, Asolo Prosecco Superior Extra Dry. 2020

Giusti, Asolo Prosecco Superior Extra Dry. 2020

Retail Price (inc. GST) (750ml)

Per Bottle: $46.03

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Wine Profile

  • Vintage
    2020
  • Color
    Prosecco
Aroma Notes-

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It is the driest and, in our opinion, the most representative version of Montello. An Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG that will captivate you.

Pair it with delicate raw fish or the light spiciness of Asian cuisine, then let yourself be guided by your taste!

Serve it no colder than 6 ° C to appreciate its balance.

Production area:

This Prosecco with controlled and guaranteed designation of origin is produced with the best Glera grapes from vineyards located in Veneto, in the hilly area of ​​Montello and the Asolo hills, in the municipality of Nervesa della Battaglia and precisely in the vineyards of the estate " Aria valentina, located on the southern side of Montello.                 

  • Year 2020
  • Colour Prosecco
  • Country Italy
  • Region Veneto
  • Type Wine
  • Classification DOCG
  • Appellation Default
  • Grapes/Blend Glera
  • Country Italy
  • Bottle Size 750
  • LWIN 1913408

Giusti

Ermenegildo Giusti is a Staunch supporter of vine-growing that respects both the environment and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Quality is the company’s top priority, but it also has a strong sense of hospitality and strives to give everyone who visits its estates an experience they will never forget. These qualities are conveyed in every glass of Giusti wines. 

Back to our Roots: with a nobility title going back to the 1600’s, in 2004 Ermenegildo Giusti, Noble of Conegliano, revived an old family tradition and restored from the ashes of time his cultural heritage. Although his father Augusto Giusti, born in Venissieux France, produced and had a living passion for wine. Ermenegildo Giusti started his journey later in life. This journey started with the purchase of two-hectare property where Giusti Wine was to be established. The Italian company Giusti Wine was in fact developed from the original Dal Col vineyard owned by his wife’s family, which dated back to 1945. Although just a small estate with a few hectares of land it was highly renewed for its traditional, quality production of Prosecco, Bianchetta and Verdiso wine. In Italy the company’s full is Societa Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl. Giusti Wine developed very rapidly. From the first vineyard planted in 2002, today it includes an area of approximative 75 hectares producing white and red wines. 

  • Seafood
  • Fish
  • Chilli crab
  • Sashimi
  • Shell Fish
  • Fresh
  • Fruity
  • Green Apple
  • Citrus Fruits

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The Grape/Blend

Glera

The Producer

Giusti

Ermenegildo Giusti is a Staunch supporter of vine-growing that respects both the environment and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Quality is the company’s top priority, but it also has a strong sense of hospitality and strives to give everyone who visits its estates an experience they will never forget. These qualities are conveyed in every glass of Giusti wines. 

Back to our Roots: with a nobility title going back to the 1600’s, in 2004 Ermenegildo Giusti, Noble of Conegliano, revived an old family tradition and restored from the ashes of time his cultural heritage. Although his father Augusto Giusti, born in Venissieux France, produced and had a living passion for wine. Ermenegildo Giusti started his journey later in life. This journey started with the purchase of two-hectare property where Giusti Wine was to be established. The Italian company Giusti Wine was in fact developed from the original Dal Col vineyard owned by his wife’s family, which dated back to 1945. Although just a small estate with a few hectares of land it was highly renewed for its traditional, quality production of Prosecco, Bianchetta and Verdiso wine. In Italy the company’s full is Societa Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl. Giusti Wine developed very rapidly. From the first vineyard planted in 2002, today it includes an area of approximative 75 hectares producing white and red wines. 


The Region

Veneto

Strolling Piazza San Marco. Sailing the Venetian lagoon. Criss-crossing the undulating hills of Valpolicella. This romanticized notion of Vento, home to Italy’s beloved cities of Venice and Verona, encompasses some measure of truth. Even its macro-climates are diverse, from the foothills of the Alps in the north, Lake Garda to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the southeast.

As a wine region, Veneto brings heft and history to the table. Its importance is in part due to the volume of Pinot Grigio  it produces, and the massive growth in demand for Prosecco. However, continued recognition for other wines from the region, such as Valpolicella, Amarone, Soave and Bardolino help keep Veneto in the spotlight.

Valpolicella’s Four Styles of Wine

This area, more than any other Italian red, produces wines of style. That means the winemaker plays as much a role in the wine as terroir and fruit character.

The four key styles, from least to most intensity are: Valpolicella, Valpolicella Ripasso, Amarone della Valpolicella and Recioto della Valpolicella. All are predominately made with the same grapes (Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella and Molinara) so it’s winemaking technique that distinguishes them.