Fresh and rich fruity aromas of apple and pear with a hint of citrus fruit that fade into the floral bouquet. On the palate this wine is fresh and fruity with fine bubbles.Tiamo Prosecco pairs well with lighter cuisine food, especially fish/shellfish and softer cheese. It's an ideal aperitif and pairs well with with any appetzier.Tiamo, which simply means "I Love You" in Italian, is a line of excellent moderately priced Italian wines made from organic grapes. They all represent top quality wines from the best growers in their respective regions.The selection includes a delicious Prosecco that is sourced from vineyards in the village of Valdobbiadene, a crisp but fruit forward Pinot Grigio that comes from vineyards near Treviso in the Veneto region and a beautifully soft Chianti from Montespertoli which lies in the heart of the Tuscan countryside.All of the Tiamo wines are blended by the owners of Tiamo, Melvyn & Jane Master and the Sager family.
Color: Straw yellowAroma: Fresh and rich fruity aromas of apple and pear with a hint of citrus fruit that fade into the floral bouquetPalate: Fresh and fruity with fine bubbles
After pressing of the grapes and clarification of the must, primary fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats for 10 days. After fermentation is complete, a second fermentation occurs in glass-lined tanks over 45 days. This process, known as Charmat, produces the bubbles to create the sparkling wine while preserving the inherent freshness of the Prosecco grape (an advantage over the more time-intensive Champagne method).
Total Acidity: 5.5 g/lAlcohol: 11%Residual Sugar: 11–18 g/lPressure: Spumante (full-pressure), 5 atmospheres
Tiamo Prosecco pairs well with lighter cuisine food, especially fish/shellfish and softer cheeses. It’s an ideal aperitif and with any appetizer. It is also an excellent base for cocktails—such as the Bellini or Mimosa. Ideally serve at 6-8°C, about 45°F.
The name of the varietal, Prosecco, comes from the once Slovenian village of Prosecco that became a part of North-eastern Italy in 1918. It is a white grape variety that has been cultivated since 1800, on the hillsides in this region centered on Valdobbiadene. It is best know for its delicate and aromatic fruit and floral flavors most frequently in the form of sparkling wine.