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MASOTTINA : Highest Quality Wines, Authentic Territory

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The Dal Bianco family owns Masottina, which is a family-owned enterprise. Understanding the family’s strong ties to the land, to the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, and to their most significant commodity, wine, is essential. Their vineyard, which spans 350 hectares (half of which is inside the historic district of Conegliano Valdobbiadene), is the proud culmination of a lengthy family tradition.

According to the family, Adriano, the family’s head oenologist, declares the start of harvest season after inspecting each vineyard to determine if the grapes have reached optimum ripeness. A painstaking quest of excellence that continues in the cellar, where a solid manufacturing structure has been equipped with all the advances needed to extract the most from such excellent raw ingredients throughout the previous decades.

Masottina has based all of its sparkling wine and wine production phases on the concept that achieving a goal serves as a catalyst for continued improvement. Masottina wines are the fruit and together interpreters of a scenario of great oenological value recognized all over the world: the historic area of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, the cradle of Prosecco Superiore DOCG, and the lands of Venice, in keeping with the design based on excellence that has made it a reference company for quality.

All processes are carried out in accordance with internal disciplinary guidelines that take into account harvest timings and varietal variances. Precision viticulture’s guiding principles in the vineyard are balance, regularity, and the organoleptic integrity of the grapes: all interventions are geared at preserving the vegetative-productive balance at all stages of vine growth. Respectful oenology is done in the cellar, a technical heart tucked in the slopes of Ogliano.

This 2021, Masottina has joined Singapore Awards 2021 and won TWO GOLD MEDAL and a SILVER Medal Awards in this prestigious competition:

ViaVenti Extra Brut Prosecco DOC Treviso – 85% Glera / 15% Chardonnay – N.V.

Variety: 85% Glera – 15% Chardonnay
Residual sugar: 3 g/l
Alcohol: 11%
Sizes: 0.75 L/ 1.5 L/3 L

This wine comes from a single vineyard at Gorgo al Monticano, on the historic estate of the Dal Bianco family, where business began in 1946. A dry wine with a clear, lingering finish whose amazing elegance reveals an intriguing structure. It is made of grapes selected on the vine and in the winery, white vinified by the gravity method.

ViaVenti Rosé Brut Prosecco DOC Treviso – 90% Glera / 10% Pinot Nero – 2020

Variety: 90% Glera – 10% Pinot Nero
Residual sugar: 8 g/l
Alcohol: 11%
Sizes: 0.75 L

This wine blends the elegance of Pinot Noir and the versatility of Glera. The Glera grapes are white vinified, and the Pinot Noir red vinified, after brief pre-fermentation maceration of 24 – 36 hours. The two base wines are then blended before prise de mousse, which takes place on selected yeasts for at least ninety days. The wine ages in bottle for a month before distribution.

Calmaggiore Extra Dry Prosecco Doc Treviso – 100% Glera – N.V.

Grape variety: 100% Glera
Sugar residue: 13.5 g / l
Alcohol: 11.5%
Available formats: 0.75 L / 1.5 L

The result of a vineyard with vines over 50 years old, facing east characterized by a continuous flow of wind. The result is a wine recognized for its fruit aromatic power, its structure and its minerality.
The hand-picked and selected grapes are vinified in white using gravity. Second fermentation and refinement last about 3 months followed by a further refinement of one month in the bottle.

To know more about their products please visit their website : https://www.masottina.it/

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