Prosecco Corderie Astoria

Cosaruci (Prosecco Di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene)

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Cosaruci produces the Prosecco Corderie Astoria ($10.93), a sparkling wine from Prosecco Di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene that is based on glera grapes and presents an alcohol content of 11%. Drinks&Co users evaluate this sparkling wine with 5 out of 5 points.

Technical sheet · Prosecco Corderie Astoria

Type Of Wine: sparkling wine
Appellation:Prosecco Di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene (Veneto,Italy)
Winery: Cosaruci
Volume: 75cl
Grapes: Glera (100%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 11%

Description · Cosaruci

Prosecco Corderie Astoria (Glera)

TASTING NOTES OF Prosecco Corderie Astoria:

  • View: light straw yellow, fine and persistent foam.
  • Nose: clean, elegant and classic with fruity and floral notes aroma.
  • Mouth: harmonious, creamy, with a pleasant sour note.

APPELLATION: Prosecco Di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene.

VINEYARD: Cosaruci

GRAPES: Prosecco.

WINE PAIRING: As an aperitif, with seafood.





Highlighted review about Prosecco Corderie Astoria

Karl Smith

Posted on at 21.44


Prosecco Corderie Astoria

Paid four times the price in Venice, came home to search for this crisp dry and vey refreshing label. I was impressed enough to buy a case and will probably repeat the experience over and over.....

More reviews about Prosecco Corderie Astoria

Frank Sommer

Posted on at 10.38

5 /5

This Prosecco trift exactly our taste.
Highly recommended.
Sarah Carter

Posted on at 20.05

4 /5

Especially its colour pleased me . Lovely bakery flavour. Light on the palate.
I would have accompanied it with a fatty fish.
I shared it with a special person.
Food Explore

Posted on at 05.19

4 /5

ProseccoAstoria Corderie is made by Glera, the harvest of Glera is made by hand in September / October the grapes are lightly pressed and musts are clarified. The primary fermentation takes place in steel tanks at 18/19°C with indigenous yeasts, the new wine is kept on the "lees" for a month, then made it clear and poured into autoclaves for the second fermentation. The second fermentation takes place at 16/18°C, again with selected yeasts and lasts about 25/30 days; It is followed by a period of aging on the lees for a few days. The Prosecco then proceeds to the bottling and the resting in the bottle for a few weeks.

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