Looking for a delicious Prosecco? This Freixenet Prosecco DOC is presented in a beautiful bottle, making it great for gifting or just keep it for yourself. This is an affordable bubbly, perfect for opening any day of the week.
I love my bubbly and try to open something new every weekend. This Freixenet Prosecco DOC is such a great Prosecco to have on hand for last-minute guests as a welcome drink. It is great enjoyed on its own but even better with friends and at such a great price that it doesn’t break the bank.
Freixenet Prosecco DOC
Freixenet Prosecco is a great success and globally renowned for its expertise in Prosecco.
Freixenet Prosecco is made with whole bunches of Glera grapes that are gently pressed. The juice from the grapes undergoes slow cooled fermentation to preserve the aromas and freshness of the grape.
The juice undergoes a second fermentation at a controlled temperature in a pressurized stainless steel tank where the natural sugars result in a fresh and fruity sparkling wine.
This Freixenet Prosecco is packaged in a beautiful bottle. So beautiful that it can easily be your dining table’s centerpiece. The bottle is so beautiful that I almost did not want to open my bottle.
What is Freixenet Prosecco DOC?
Freixenet Prosecco DOC is a delicious Prosecco from Italy’s Prosecco region of Veneto, Italy. It is made from the Glera grape and made in the Charmat Method to preserve the freshness and fruitiness of the wine.
This Freixenet Prosecco DOC is fruity and aromatic. It has a fresh taste with flavours and aromas of citrus, green apple, and some floral notes.
Prosecco is perfect for any occasion. You don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a great bottle of bubbly. Freixenet Prosecco DOC has an 11% alcohol, and sugar content of 16 g/L. It is a dry-style prosecco.
Common Questions about Freixenet Prosecco
What to pair with Freixenet Prosecco?
This Processo pairs well with savory cheeses, seafood, as well as spicy Asian dishes. Trying opening this bubbly for your next Friday night pizza night.
Where is Freixenet Prosecco made?
Is Freixenet a good Prosecco?
Is Prosecco a DOC or DOCG?
Prosecco can be either a DOC or DOCG white wine that is produced in a large area spanning nine provinces in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions and named after the village of Prosecco which is in the province of Trieste, Italy.
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