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ITALIAN RECIPES: Risotto with Scallops, Citrus Fruits and Prosecco Wine

Risotto with Scallops, Citrus Fruits and Prosecco Wine is very delicate and tasty dish, embellished by the fresh acidulous aromas and the presence of noble molluscs. We all know the scallops, famous protagonists of the party tables in their gratinated version, probably the most loved by all. But today we see them in a risotto together with the excellent Prosecco Wine and at the first taste it is not possible to hold back “what a taste!”

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PROSECCO WINE: La Vigna di Sarah

There are so many scents here – of wine, good food, of a centuries old culture which is able to deeply define the landscapes and the soul of a territory which is amongst the most enchanting in Italy. It’s the Alta Marca trevigiana. A suggestive landscape made of steeps slopes and mild declivities, dominated by a never-ending reticulum of vineyards.

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Travel Among Italian Wine: The Importance of Wine Temperature

The temperature of the wine has a decisive influence on the olfactory, gustatory and tactile sensations, for which a wine that is too hot or too cold is not judged.

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PROSECCO WINE: Cartizze

A “gold” mine in the open, extended for a little more than 100 hectares. In this patch of land we grow unique vineyards in the world. From the processing of the “Glera” grape it is obtained the DOCG Superior Prosecco Wine: the Cartizze.

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PROSECCO WINE – The Territory

Prosecco Wine, like all wines of maximum excellence, is produced in a restricted and exclusive territory. North-East Italy, in the regions of Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia (excluding the provinces of Verona and Rovigo).

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PROSECCO WINE: Why DOCG ?

The Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin (DOCG) is a quality label attributed to wines of high quality, produced in a specific geographical area and which comply with a strict specification. Particular analyzes carried out during the vinification and bottling phases guarantee the excellence of the final result.

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