|Winery:||Casa Vinicola Zonin|
|Region:||Italy » Veneto|
Casa Vinicola Zonin
It is here that the roots of this complex company lie: a company that now consists of 11 wine estates with more than 1,800 hectares (3,705 acres) of vineyards located in Italy’s most favorable terroirs. At the center of the Zonin universe is the land, the soils of the estates-which yield some of the greatest Italian wines-and particularly those at Gambellara, where this family of small farmer has steadily handed down, from one generation to the next, a sense of the vine’s life and its beauty. This commitment has brought the family to the very highest level of the Italian wine sector. It has been a journey between heaven and earth through a world of infinite sensations. And at the center there is always the land in which seven generations of the Zonin family have sunk deep roots.– Description from Mimi Kim
This prosecco has very good value and taste at this level of sparkling wine. Bubble is not that smooth compared to real Champagne or higher level of sparkling sine which will made by 2nd fermentation in the bottle, but you will still find out enough q...
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