Rude Prosecco Brut DOC

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Not all Proseccos are created equal – and this light, citrusy fizz is specially selected for Rude Wines by one of the Veneto's top winemakers. It raises the bar with its crisp, fresh fruit and mouth-watering bubbles. What’s more, the label is printed on a jazzy kind of paper that won’t slide off in an ice bucket (should it last that long). Drink it with whatever and whoever makes you happy.

Buy this if...you have a fizz fetish

Proudly presenting - our very own Rude Prosecco - a crisp, light fizz to grace any occasion.
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Percentage Alcohol

11.0

Region

Veneto

Grape Variety

Glera

Country

Italy

Style

ArrayFruity Dry White, Unoaked White

Vintage

NV

Food Match

ArraySalads & Herbs, Shellfish, Spicy Foods

Vegan

Vegan

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The Producer

Top Veneto producer Fabiano source our Prosecco through a co-operative winery in the foothills of Montello and Asolo. Established in 1957, the co-op has over 600 hectares of vineyards at its disposal on a wide variety of sites. Low yields and strict selection of grapes is a must, and the latest technology ensures that the wines are produced consistently and with an emphasis on quality over quantity.

Tom Cannavan's Review

Don't just take our word for it; here's what wine writer Tom Cannavan has to say:

"Why has Prosecco zoomed up the sparkling wine charts so dramatically? It's not just to do with its affordable price, it's the fresh, fruit-driven character of the wines, their lightness and their easy-drinking charm. This juicy pear-fruited wine is the perfect example with its dry, balanced finish and frothy approachability."

The Region

The Prosecco production zone lies in the Veneto region in north-eastern Italy between the sub-Alpine foothills and the plains that stretch towards Venice and the sea. Most vineyards are set between 120 to 250 metres above sea level, with mostly south-facing sites. The terrain has variable characteristics, although the gravely subsoil is a constant, allowing excellent drainage of rain water.
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