Organic Prosecco isn’t just a passing market trend; it’s the best conscious choice to made to preserve nature and people’s health. Explore the reasons why you should prefer it!

Organic Prosecco: The Taste of Healthy Produce

Producers embracing organic farming methods understand the importance of preserving natural resources. This approach offers a healthier choice to consumers, enhancing Prosecco production. It signifies a greater awareness of safeguarding our territorial heritage. Moreover, meticulous care is taken with organic grape cultivation. Pesticides, which disrupt the natural balance necessary for the best fruits, are eliminated. Also, the winemaking process adheres to parameters set by the Consortium’s guidelines, excluding partial cold concentration and sulfur dioxide removal by physical methods. This results in a high-quality, healthy, and sustainable product for consumers.

Organic Prosecco: Certified Quality

Organic Prosecco adheres to regulations outlined in EU 834/07 and 889/08. Synthetic chemicals harmful to grapevines are prohibited, ensuring the balance needed for excellent grapes. Since August 1, 2012, a new EU Regulation detailed organic winemaking techniques, allowing the label “organic wine” to replace the former “wine from organic grapes.” European authorities certify only Organic wine, not other types, including conventional variants. The organic logo on the label is a reward for producers’ efforts, recognizing their commitment to providing high-quality wines while respecting the natural ecosystem and people’s health.

Prosecco: Sustainable Territorial Representation

Prosecco, a jewel in Italy’s wine landscape, particularly represents the Veneto region, especially the left bank of the Piave River, between Valdobbiadene and Conegliano. Over the years, the Ministry of Agriculture has worked to protect this product and its origin through the introduction of the designation of origin. Adding organic certification to Prosecco, already synonymous with quality, creates a winning combination. It not only enhances the inherent product quality but also eliminates harmful techniques associated with the conventional method, ensuring the final product’s healthiness.

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Prosecco DOC Extra Dry

DOC Extra Dry Millesimato

Organic wine

Fine and persistent perlage, inebriated with floral aromas of broom and gentian with a vegetal note of sage and mint, enlivened by fruity aromas of grapefruit, pineapple and golden apple. Soft, savoury and persistent on the palate, pleasantly lively and light.