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Mionetto Cuvee Frizzante, 200ml can, Italy NV

Veneto, Italy

Mionetto

Tasting Notes

No waste and completely recyclable this can is perfect for outside events or single serve venues where glass is prohibited. The wine is a delicously dry Italian sparkling that compares favourably with Prosecco.

A juicy sparkling wine with aromas of green apples and pears. Easy drinking with a crisp fruity finish.

Food Matches

Canapes, Fish & Salad

Wine Profile

Wine Type Sparkling Wine

Vintage NV

Country Italy

Region Veneto

Grower Name Mionetto

Grape Variety Glera (Prosecco)

ABV 11.00%

Closure Can

Can Size 240cl

Allergens Sulphites

SKU MIONETTOFRIZCANNV

Region

Veneto

Veneto

The Veneto is an extremely important region in the north-east of Italy, stretching from the west at the shores of Lake Garda as far north as the Alps, the Austrian border and the Venetian hinterland. It is Italy's largest wine-producing region. DOC wines represent well over a quarter of total production and include such well-known names as Valpolicella, Soave, Bardolino‚Ķ Read More

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Grape

Glera (Prosecco)

Glera (Prosecco)

Glera is the name by which the grape Prosecco is now officially known. This changed in 2009 when Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene was promoted to full DOCG status (the highest level of Italian wine quality). It has grown for hundreds of years in Veneto and Fruili regions in Italy.A white grape variety most commonly known as a sparkling wine known as Prosecco di Conegliano‚Ķ Read More

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