|Prosecco Extra Dry DOC
The traditional version of prosecco is the extra dry version as the prosecco grape is an aromatic variety. This prosecco is made of 100% prosecco . The Extra Dry is very pleasant, light and refreshing with a distinct harmonious acidity, with the intense, fruity scent of acacia flowers and glycine with a mouthful of green apple and fruit cup, and a dry, well-balanced finish.
|Prosecco Brut DOC
A more austhere version of prosecco that is indicated more for an important event. The wine is intense with scents of crust of bread and fruity components of green apple and white flowers; pleasant and smooth with distinct lemony acidity. Well-balanced with a dry finish.
|Santhomas Spumante Rosato Brut
A Pinot Noir with just a touch of Pinot Grigio "ramato" (pinot grigio when left on skins becomes almost a red in color) fermented on lees. The wine has a delicate scent of apple, peach, strawberries hints of roses. The palate is elegant with balanced acidity with a fresh and dry aftertaste.
A cuvee in which half of the wine goes through malolactic fermentation in casks of Slavonian oak, and half of the wine rests in stainless steel tank. The result is a versatile wine - very intense aromas of ripe pineapple with a floral hint of white flower, leading to blended notes of roasted hazelnuts, butter and honey, then finishing with hints of oregano and thyme. The palate experiences a smooth taste of ripe fruit, dry and full-bodied.
|Raboso del Piave DOC
Raboso Piave is a native vine variety and its presence in the lands of the river Piave has been supported by documentary evidence since the 1600s. It bears the well-deserved name "Piave", for both its historical origins and its continuous presence over the centuries in the land where this sacred river flows. It is cultivated throughout the entire Trevisan plain, "on both sides of the river Piave". Raboso Piave is a rustic vine variety, which ripens late, and is excellent for producing wines for ageing.