Mionetto Prosecco Doc 75Cl


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Mionetto Prosecco Doc 75Cl

White Italian Wine

Wine of Italy

Additional Information

  • Contains Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites
  • Country of Origin Italy
  • Product of Italy
  • Pack Type: Bottle


Caution: contents under pressure. When opening bottle point away from body

Manufacturer’s Address

Spumantizzato da Mionetto S.P.A.,

Importer’s Address

SC Angelli Spumante & Aperitive srl,
bdul. Iuliu Maniu 341-359,
Sector 6,
061101 Bucuresti.

Distributer’s Address

Henkell & Co. Polska Sp. z o.o.,
ul. Mazowiecka,
48, 86-100 Torun.

Törley Kft,
H-1222 Budapest,
Haros utca 2-6.

Wine ColourWhite
Storage InstructionsTo enjoy this wine at its best, drink within 1 year of purchase.
ClosureNatural Cork
Country of OriginItaly
Area<Not Relevant>
Grape VarietyProsecco
VinificationAfter the grapes are harvested, they are gently crushed before being fermented. The resulting wine is then transferred into pressurized tanks where it undergoes the Charmat method of secondary fermentation which gives Prosecco its fizz.
HistoryIn 1887 the love and passion for the land of master winemaker Francesco Mionetto, the forefather of the family, led him to open the Mionetto winery set amidst the gently rolling hills of Valdobbiadene, in the heart of the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG area. In its one hundred and twenty-five years of history, Mionetto has become a flagship for the area and a shining example of Prosecco production on the international scene.
Regional InformationWith its elegance, Prosecco D.O.C. Treviso expresses the characteristics of Glera grapes of the province of Treviso, an area historically dedicated to producing top-quality Prosecco and which together with eight other provinces in Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia comprises the D.O.C. area.
  • Pack size: 75cl



  • Alcohol consumption damages health.

Safety information

Alcohol consumption damages health.

Additional information

Weight750 g


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