Prosecco Extra Dry Millesimato

In the vineyard

Prosecco Brut Bosco del Merlo is produced from Glera and Pinot Grigio grapes, grapes grown in the most typical area.where the favorable microclimate and the terroir are perfect for the cultivation of the grapes. The grape harvest takes place during the first hours of the day, during the second decade of September.

In the cellar

Vinification in white, soft pressing of the grapes, to extract only the best must. After the static decanting follows the fermentation in purity at controlled temperature, at 14/16°C. Then wine refines on yeasts for 3 months. Taking froth and refermentation in steel tanks at 13°/ 14°C with the preservation of the noble bubbles, give a delicate and creamy perlage, fine and persistent, amplifying all the perfumes of this elegant prosecco.

In tasting

Pale yellow wine with green reflexes. Perlage is extremely fine, noble and persistent. It has delicate perfumes, reminiscent of fragrant fruity notes, such as pear and green apple. All this combines a floral bouquet with scents of acacia, rose and white flowers. At palate it’s surprising the minerality that gives freshness to a unique product, with a slight amiability.

What does millesimato mean?

This Prosecco is produced exclusively with the best grapes of the year declared on the label. The winery guarantees the quality of the product from the vineyard to the glass.


Excellent as aperitif, compelling for conviviality moments. Perfect with fish dishes as pasta with clams or white meat dishes as orange

Enjoy at 6°C


  • 2020

    Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
    Bronze Medal The Drink Business

    Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
    93 points Luca Maroni

  • 2019

    Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
    Silver Medal The Drink Business

  • 2018

    Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
    4 Grapes in Bibenda guide 2018

    Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
    90 points in Best Italian Wines by Luca Maroni

    Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry
    Silver Medal Texsom International Wine Awards

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