Indulge in a taste of Italian excellence: Zucchetto Prosecco, now available in Ireland.
Prepare for an unforgettable journey through the sun-kissed vineyards of Italy, right here in Ireland. Say ciao to ordinary bubbles and benvenuto to the extraordinary with our exclusive Zucchetto Prosecco collection, the epitome of Italian craftsmanship and elegance.
The classic cuvee from Zucchetto estate vineyards, in Zucchetto County hills. It is probably the most versatile Prosecco sparkling, due to its well-balanced sugar residue. Aromas of wisteria and Lilly blossoms merge into peach, banana and apple hints; the mouth is creamy, butter and toasted nuts are present in this luxurious blend, notes of lively spice and aromatic herbs add to the complexity.
From the heart of historical Prosecco landmark, Follo or Fol as locals call this picturesque little town, here’s a severe selection of 100% Prosecco grapes. This elegant brut is characterized by inviting aromas of citrus fruit, especially tangerine and grapefruit, fresh vegetation and a note of rustic mint.
The mouth is wide, creamy-full of fresh fruits, with a firm acidity that provides a crisp, lingering finish of lime, mineral and almond. The “Naked King”, as we friendly call it, because of its very low sugar residue, that reveals all superb Prosecco taste.
Cartizze is the most prestigious cru in Zucchetto Prosecco Doc area, a very small surface (about 270 acres) made by vineyards lying between the steepest hills of Saccol and Santo Stefano in Valdobbiadene County. In our “Cartizze Alto” vineyards there’s a perfect combination of exposition, soil, with moraines, sandstone and clays which allows a rapid drainage of rainwater and a natural protection from dangerous icy rains, due to an incredibly slope of the hill.
All these factors give a unique and truly sumptuous sparkling. Impressions of white peach and apricot, with a hint of apple, accompany a silky and smooth palate; a pleasant note of glazed almond on the aftertaste takes you to a lingering finish.
Nestled between the peaks of the Dolomites, the vineyards of Valdobbiadene face Venice to the south. The vines cling to the steep, severe slopes of this region.