£ 14.18/ btl 0.75 L
Details for Ruggeri Prosecco Extra dry Giustino B. 2018
Bottle size and vintage
Undisputed excellence of Prosecco di Valdobbiadene, awarded several times by international critics, Giustino B. is at the glass of a beautiful bright straw with greenish reflections. Pear, peach, elderflower, mango follow one another in an incredible olfactory amplitude, which is completed with an intriguing mineral note and a rich texture of aromatic herbs, from sage to fennel. Well structured for the type, the sip is fresh, satisfying, citrusy, but also soft, silky, enveloping, with a mineral finish that never tires.
- Optimum serving temperature:Between 4ºC and 6ºC
Fantastic quality prosecco
Offwr your guests a bottle or two of this magnificent wine from an ice bucket and complement it with an assiette de charcuterie as an aperitif... they will be impressedby: Janineb (13/05/2017) - Vintage 2015
Best Prosecco on the market
Refreshing and light Prosecco. The best we've tasted. Would thoroughly recommend this but if sharing with friends keep a few back for yourself as they will not want to drink anything else after tasting this ( I speak from experience)by: roger s (18/06/2017) - Vintage 2015
Prosecco très correct
Prosecco très correct, goût précis et assez sec - agréable à boire en apéritif ou sur poisson fruits de mer.by: Dario (01/04/2017) - Vintage 2015
L'ho assagiato a Ginevra per la prima volta ...
La prima bottiglia, meno bollicine ? la seconda era buonissima. La spedizione rapida e efficiente. Penso che comprero di nuovo questa bottiglia. Cordiali saluti. Dario
At Valdobbiadene, birthplace of the best Prosecco in the DOGC, Ruggeri has been working for over 60 years on the 19 hectares it owns, taking particular care with the maturing of the grapes until October and then selecting the best of them for producing its wines. Little by little, the winery has come by the denomination's finest crus, with vines that have reached 100 years old and deliver a very select product in a region capable of generating more than 80 million bottles a y...