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Prosecco (Treviso, Italy) (Method Traditional)

Bedin Vinyards has created one of the most rare and impressive prosecco's ever to be imported into the U.S. 99% of prosecco produced is made in the Charmat Method (Tank Method). Of the 1% that is traditional method, most is drank in Italy before it ever had a chance to be exported. In order to make sparkling wine, vintners take advantage of the natural biproduct of fermentation, CO2. Wine is fermented once to become alcoholic, then fermented a second time to make it sparkling. if the second fermentation takes place in big steel tanks it's known as the Charmant Method (tank method) and is known to taste fresher and fruitier with a simpler profile and mouth feel. Second fermentation in bottle is known as method traditional and is known for bolder and more complex flavors from the increased interaction with the dead yeast in the bottle. traditional method wines are often silkier, creamier and reminiscent of a great brioche bread.

Glass $10Bottle $30
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