Malibran Prosecco di Conegliano – Valdobbiadene
We here at Rimessa are usually the first ones to say “don’t drink Prosecco…it’s the worst wine of Italy” but this truly is one of the exceptions.
There are not more than 10 – 15 quality Prosecco producers and this is one of them.
Col Fondo means with yeast sediment, as the Prosecco used to be done 50-60 years ago. And only recently it’s getting trendy again, but Malibran never stopped doing it.
A natural fermentation, with it’s own sediments, crispy and refreshing, tight and fruity. The complex simplicity of a wine able to surprise you, with soft natural bubbles, a Vin de Soif, a wine to drink, on as summer-winter day, after a hard day of work or on a lazy Sunday.
"Wine without a story is just a fruit juice with alcohol" .... so below you'll find a video of the winemaker.
Don't forgot to turn on English subtitles.
Malibran Prosecco di Conegliano - Valdobbiadene
Grape: 100% Glera
Region: Valdobbiadene-Conegliano (Veneto)
Drinking Window: now
Pairings: a perfect aperitive, meaning pairs with nearly anything
Winemaking Notes: secondary fermentation in the bottle, non-filtered, no disgorgement.