Vivolo A world without borders, this was the maximal ideal guiding the genius Ludwik Zamenhof, the inventor of Esperanto: a language that rose upon the single countries to become the binding element between the peoples. Utopias are by definition impractical, yet stimulating and inspiring people to perform at their best. Vivolo, meaning “I live” in Esperanto, embodies a lively and cosmopolitan wine, which aims at conquering the world, embracing different styles and involving all its admirers, experts and amateurs, in a sensory tasting that rises and stands out in every occasion.
Venezia DOC Frizzante
  • GRAPES: Glera
  • APPELLATION VENEZIA DOC
  • PRODUCTION AREA: Veneto Region
  • CLIMATE: Temperate, mitigated by the sea, the chain of the Alps protects it from the northern winds. Winters are cold and wet, summers are hot and sultry with medium temperature excursions.
  • HARVEST: First decade of September
  • STORAGE TIME: 1 year
  • BOTTLE SIZE: 750 ml
  • SERVING. TEMP.: 8/10 °C
  • ALCOHOL CONTENT: 11% Vol
  • Pale straw-yellow colour with slight green overtones
  • Typically fruity flavour with notes of delicious golden apples and acacia flowers
  • Delicate taste
  • Ideal with fish and seafood, like swordfish carpaccio, shrimps cocktails and grilled fish. It matches well with cold flatters
VINIFICATION:

Grapes are accurately selected both for area of origin and quality. The soft pressed must is stored in steel tanks for the static cold decanting. The fermentation with selected yeasts, is made at a controlled constant temperature of 18°C and is completed in 8/10 days. The team of oenologists select the best wines obtainedto continuethe sparkling winemaking process. Afterwards the wine is filtered in steel tanks with the addition of saccharose and selected yeasts for the second fermentation (Martinotti – Charmat method) at a controlled temperature of 14/15 °C. Once the wine has reached the required pressure levels, alcohol and sugar content, it is refrigerated, cold stabilized (–2/-3°C), filtered and controlled before bottling.