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Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore Brut Decà

Item number: BBB00208 SVG 1500
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Vintage: s.a.

Denomination: Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG

Grapes: Glera

Alcohol: 11 %

Format: 1,5 l

Type: Bollicine

Region: Veneto

Origin: Made in Italy

Occasion: Aperitif with friends

Pairing: Cured meats

Allergens: Solfiti

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Take advantage reserved only for members of the Signorvino Loyalty Program: 10% discount with the purchase of 6 bottles, 15% discount with the purchase of 12 bottles and 20% discount from 18 bottles.



Canel is situated at the heart of Valdobbiadene, the home of Prosecco. It is a family-run winery which, over the years, has established itself by developing and improving both its production methods and the quality of its wines. These wines have now become sought-after labels, created from a passion for viticulture and a love for the land. Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore Brut Decà is a light wine, engaging but undemanding, produced using the Charmat method, based on a second fermentation in pressure tanks where the yeasts, as they transform the wine sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide, give life to a simple and refined sparkling wine with an exuberant perlage. A monovarietal wine made from the Glera grape, Decà is a straw yellow Prosecco with typical pear aromas and delicate floral hints. With a lively perlage, it is pleasant on the palate and has a well-balanced softness thanks to the low ‘Brut’ dosage. This wine is ideal for accompanying aperitifs or light dishes.  Read more Read less


Founded in 1897 in the heart of Valdobbiadene, a hilly area rich in minerals and known today as the home of the famous Prosecco, the Canel winery has grown and made a name for itself thanks to the quality of its wines. The family-run business has evolved over the years by expanding and improving production methods. The 'Champenoise' method, which involved letting the prosecco rest in the bottle, was gradually replaced by the Charmat method, based on a second fermentation in pressure tanks, a phase in which the added yeasts transform the wine's sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide, leading to perlage, the so-called bubbles. Canel's passion for wine-growing and love for the land and its products can be found in the excellence of their wines, increasingly sought-after labels based on a family tradition devoted to the production of Prosecco, one of the best-known and most appreciated wines of the Veneto region, permanently associated with its chosen area, Valdobbiadene. Name and address of producer/distributor: Canel - Via Roma, 131, 31020 Villorba TV. Products from this winery should be stored in a cool, dry place away from heat sources.

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