Fantinel Prosecco Extra Dry Spumanti NV

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Wine Tasting Notes This prosecco has a beautiful straw yellow color accompanied by a fruity bouquet with hints of golden apples. It has a great aromatic taste which fills the mouth with flavors of both fruit and minerality.

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Winery: Fantinel
Color: White
Varietal: Prosecco
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Fantinel:
Fantinel was founded in 1969, thanks to the hard work and enthusiasm of Mario Fantinel, a hotelier and restaurateur in Ravascletto, Carnia. “Paron” Mario bought the initial vineyards in the Dolegna Collio area with the intention of making top quality wines to offer his increasingly demanding and first class customers. Those were the ideal times for wine producers to become specialised wineries ... Read more
Fantinel was founded in 1969, thanks to the hard work and enthusiasm of Mario Fantinel, a hotelier and restaurateur in Ravascletto, Carnia. “Paron” Mario bought the initial vineyards in the Dolegna Collio area with the intention of making top quality wines to offer his increasingly demanding and first class customers. Those were the ideal times for wine producers to become specialised wineries and Friuli, like many other viticultural areas in Italy was a virgin and promising land. In 1973 Mario’s sons, Luciano, Gianfranco and Loris, following in their father’s footsteps with a meticulous selection, bought hectare after hectare of the best vineyards in the Collio, Grave and only later in the Colli Orientali zones, laying the foundations of a winery that, over the years, has become specialised in the production of quality wines. Along the same lines, the restaurant activity was supported by the hotel-restaurant in Ravascletto and opening of a wine bar in San Daniele del Friuli, the prototype of what later became the “Pane, vino e San Daniele” project, i.e. the “bread, wine and San Daniele” project. Fantinel was the first to set up a partnership in Canada, with the “Collio wines” company; in ’94 Fantinel took on a further challenge with the first joint venture of its kind in Cuba producing wines for the Cuban market. At the threshold of the third millennium even more challenging projects were launched, also thanks to the third generation of the Fantinel family: Lara, Manuela, Stefano, Marco, Mariaelena and Paola.In 1988, aware of the fundamental role played by restaurants in offering quality wines and backed by the vast experience in the sector, the “Pane, vino and San Daniele” project was implemented. Fantinel started to open up numerous wine bars with this name in Udine, Rome, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Venice, San Daniele, Milan, Bologna, Grado and Modena, making it possible to combine the Fantinel and La Roncaia wines with the best San Daniele Prosciutto (produced by its own company Testa & Molinaro) and other tasty and quick combinations, in the most simple and traditional manner.The pride and motivation to do even better, and the new Fantinel generation that was still not happy to sit back to the 2,000,000 bottles produced at the start of the millennium, always driven by the desire to bind the activity to the territory and the Friulian land, led Marco, Lara, Stefano, Manuela, Mariaelena and Paola to plan and implement the Terroir project. Read less
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RiceSelect's creamy Arborio gets blended with sweet potato, coconut milk and vanilla to create this decadent cheesecake. Pairs well with Saunternes; a white dessert wine that has hints of coconut from aging in oak barrels.

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External Reviews for Fantinel Prosecco Extra Dry Spumanti

External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
04/24/2013

There’s a smoky edge to the apple and pear fruit in this wine, ready to match prosciutto.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
04/24/2013

There’s a touch of almond or hazelnut buried deep within this wine’s aromatic profile that contributes to its thick, dense mouthfeel. The wine is creamy and smooth and would make a good match to lightly roasted fish dishes.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

This is a broad, round Prosecco that doesnandrsquo;t offer detailed aromatic highlights but instead delivers a steady dose of Golden Delicious apple, pear and honeysuckle. Itandrsquo;s got character and grit and offers steely effervescence.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
04/24/2013

This is a broad, round Prosecco that doesn’t offer detailed aromatic highlights but instead delivers a steady dose of Golden Delicious apple, pear and honeysuckle. It’s got character and grit and offers steely effervescence.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Thereandrsquo;s a smoky edge to the apple and pear fruit in this wine, ready to match prosciutto.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Thereandrsquo;s a touch of almond or hazelnut buried deep within this wineandrsquo;s aromatic profile that contributes to its thick, dense mouthfeel. The wine is creamy and smooth and would make a good match to lightly roasted fish dishes.


External Review
Source: Melange Wines
10/06/2009

This prosecco has a beautiful straw yellow color accompanied by a fruity bouquet with hints of golden apples. It has a great aromatic taste which fills the mouth with flavors of both fruit and minerality.


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Wine Tasting Notes This prosecco has a beautiful straw yellow color accompanied by a fruity bouquet with hints of golden apples. It has a great aromatic taste which fills the mouth with flavors of both fruit and minerality.

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