Ruggeri - Argeo Prosecco Brut VSAQ 75cl Bottle

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Ruggeri - Argeo Prosecco Brut VSAQ
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75cl Bottle
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Description:
A classic elegant Prosecco with tiny bubbles (the hall mark of quality).

Very pale straw yellow with greenish glints, perfect clarity with abundant, persistent, minute perlage.

The fresh, elegant bouquet offers flowery sensations merging into a typically fruity harmonious complexity with intense aromas reminiscent of golden apple.

Fresh, delicate, balanced on the palate and light in alcohol with a long fruity finish. Perfect as an aperitif, ideal with fish, it goes extremely well with hors-d'oeuvres and light first courses.

Grape: 95% Prosecco, 2% Verdiso & 3% Perera.





Category(s):     Prosecco ,   Special Offers
Group(s):     Divine Wine Offers! ,   Mother's Day
Producer: Ruggeri   -   www.ruggeri.it
ABV:   11%
Brand:   Ruggeri
Colour:   White
Country of Origin:   Italy
Grape Type:   Glera
Region:   Veneto
Vintage:   NV

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Producer Information


The Ruggeri winery was established in 1950 by Giustino Bisol, whose family boasts a deeply rooted, centuries-old tradition in viticulture in the Valdobbiadene area.
The place-name Case Bisoi (that is the Houses of the Bisols) is to be found on the oldest maps of the area, in the heart of the zone now known as Cartizze and once called Chartice or Gardizze. It is here, according to property/tax assessment documents in the public archives, that the Bisol family has been cultivating vines since 1542.
In the 1800s Eliseo Bisol left further documentary evidence of his activity as a distiller. Around 1920, his son Luigi Bisol, an oenologist, built a winery in Montebelluna. In 1950, Luigi's son Giustino Bisol established the Ruggeri winery in S. Stefano di Valdobbiadene to produce and promote the semi-sparkling Prosecco and Cartizze wines. In 1993 the winery was relocated to new, large and ergonomically-designed premises.

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