Paladin's Prosecco Millesimato comes from a careful selection from vineyards located in the hilly strip of land stretching from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene. The Prosecco has been cultivated in this area for at least 2 centuries and according to some historians its origins date back to the Roman Empire.
Aroma: Clearly fruity with hints of apple, pear and a delicate note of citrus fruit, which delicately leaves flowery hints. The second fermentation takes place at a temperature of 16°C and produces a fine perlage, particularly pleasant and soft on the palate. This process allows the production of delicate bouquets and charming tastes. These characteristics have made this wine one of the best-known ones in the world.
Tasting: This wine shows a right straw yellow colour, and a fine and lingering perlage. The taste is soft and elegant, with a melting of the fizziness on the palate. Tangy and lingering, pleasantly lively and light at every glass allowing for the moderate alcohol content.
Pairing: Great wine for starting meals, it wonderfully matches fish hors-d’oeuvres and fish risottos. Also great as an aperitif and as wine for conversations.
Vine: Glera 100%
Bottle size: 750 ml
Alcohol content: 11%
Serving temperature: Serve between 6°C and 8°C
Paladin Family boasts a 50-years old history in the Venetian viticulture. Thanks to this experience, they started the production of Chianti Classicounder the Vèscine label and the direction of a charming 4-stars relais Borgo di Vèscine. Passion, research, committment and respect for traditions: these are the main values pursued by Paladin Family since the company’s foundation in 1962 by Valentino who followed his grandfather’s marks. Carlo, Lucia and Roberto brought energies and enthusiasm with the aim of producing excellent, typical wines while respecting the family traditions. Paladin vineyards, which look like beautiful gardens, are immersed in the harmonious rural landscape recalling ancient traditions and cultures. The estate extends between Eastern Veneto and Friuli with almost 100 hectares of green vineyards.