A fresh aroma of flowers and fruit with apple, pear, banana and thyme notes. There are hints of apple, peach and mandarin in this fresh, crisp and fruity wine and a lightly spicy yet clean finish. Instantly enjoyable and easy-going.
|Champagne & Sparkling|
|1.4 units per 125ml|
|A fresh aroma of flowers and fruit with apple, pear, banana and thyme notes. There are hints of apple, peach and mandarin in this fresh, crisp and fruity wine and a lightly spicy yet clean finish. Instantly enjoyable and easy-going.|
DescriptionThe Martini company was founded in Italy in 1863 producing vermouth but also sparkling wines made from the locally grown and naturally sweet Moscato Bianco grapes. It is currently celebrating its 150th anniversary. From 1871 to 1900 Martini sparkling wines were being exported far and wide: Shanghai, Istanbul, Vienna, Mexico and Russia. In 1895, Federico Martinotti, invented a new method to create sparkling wines. By creating the secondary fermentation in a closed and sealed vat he found a way not only to make wines of consistently high quality, but also a way to do it more quickly in order to preserve the natural freshness of the grapes. In the 1930s the process was adopted by growers in the Veneto-Friulli area who used it to make Spumante from their native grape Glera (then known as Prosecco). This same process is used by Martini for their Prosecco. Whole bunches of grapes are gently pressed to create must (the natural juice of the grapes). The first fermentation will then transform the musts into still wines. This is carried out in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks to preserve the natural character of the fruit. The wines will be fresh, crisp and quite high in acidity. The secondary fermentation takes place in our state-of-the-art pressure tanks where the carefully selected base wines undergo a carefully controlled secondary fermentation. CO2 released during the process will dissolve into the wine and give it its Spumante (sparkle). Once secondary fermentation is completed the Spumante wine rests on its 'lees' (the yeast) for a short time, to add a degree of extra flavour and complexity. It is then filtered and bottled directly from tank with the pressure maintained throughout to preserve the Spumante or sparkle. This Martinotti method (similar to Charmat) enables us to preserve the natural freshness of the aromatic Glera grapes creating lighter and effortlessly enjoyable Italian sparkling wines. Franco Brezza, the current head winemaker for Spumante wines, has been with the company for over 27 years. Franco's father worked for the company for 38 years.
Martini Prosecco NV is rated out of 5 by 17.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kellc88 from Good stuff! Nice, quality prosecco, great when on special offer!
Date published: 2017-05-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fredricca from Good offer I love this wine. The only other wine I like is Champagne, I find this very similar.
Date published: 2017-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by James Odell from Top stuff. This has been the best prosecco I've tried. Goes down very easy as it don't seem too over powering
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chris Jones from cheryl crosskeys Absolutely the best, worth every penny, can't wait till the weekend !!!
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by BillGL from Very Fizzy Cava like Wine. I found the Martini Prosseco to be a very fizzy light flavoured wine. It lacks, the crispness of a normal Prosseco, it takes on more of the characteristics of a Cava which may appeal to some.
Date published: 2016-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by steve2345 from great taste good quality prosecco and a bonus that it was on a great offer
Date published: 2016-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by kate61 from Simply the best!! Bought this by chance one christmas, oh my! ended going back to get a few more over the Christmas period, lets just say it was a very Merry Christmas..... I always stock up when it is on offer... Go on treat urself u wont b disappointed..
Date published: 2016-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ambassador81 from A fine example of Prosecco This would be excellent value even at full price so, as a bargain offer, it is too good to miss. We are arranging a memorial event and intend to serve only Prosecco (or fruit juice) so we have stocked up with a number of bottles.
Date published: 2016-03-09
Is this prosecco suitable for vegans?
is this dry or extra dry
This prosecco is mainly dry but there is just a hint of fruity sweetness that sets it apart from other blends.
Date published: 2016-12-20