Rebuli ‘Settegrammi’ Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG




There’s seven grams (settegrammi) of residual sugar (per litre) in this, making it very dry for Prosecco.

From the superior Valdobbiadene sub-zone, the Glera grapes are hand-picked and sorted before gentle pressing and temperature controlled fermentation. Maturation is carried out on the lees for around 3 months to develop extra richness and complexity.

Bright straw in colour with a green-tinged foam and fine perlage, aromas of green apple, Kaiser pear, almond blossom and tarragon ping off the bubbles as they burst above the glass. Richly flavoured, the apple stands out, with a fine minerality, good balance and dry, elegant finish.

This goes great with soft cheeses as well as white fish dishes.

  • Crisp, elegant, refreshing
  • 750ml
  • 11.0% Alcohol
  • Cork
  • Drink by 2023

Producer: Rebuli

Decanter World Wine Award winning family winery Rebuli, winemakers for generations, have been producing top quality Prosecco at the foot of the Prealpi Trevigiane, where the hills dive into the waters of the Piave River, since the early 1980s. With founding patriarch Angelo Rebuli latterly passing the reins to sons Mauro, Paulo and Gianni the passion and expertise for cultivating scintillating prosecco continues.

The winery, situated in Saccol de Valdobbiadene, the heart of Prosecco's premium appellation, is surrounded by vineyards often referred to as “Superiore di Cartizze” because of their singular exposure to the sun and the specific composition of the land of this “cru” which gives the grapes a particular quality.

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93 Points
Falstaff Sparkling Trophy (2019)

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