Martini

Pure elegance emerging from the hands of MARTINI & ROSSI® and master winemakers, who have managed to create a rosy-hued pearl. This sparkling wine, soft and sweet, has a delightful aroma and delicate notes of raspberry and wild rose, and is excellent served as an aperitif or at a picnic with friends

History

The steep sunbathed hills in the heart of Piedmont are an ideal cultural environment and a habitat that allow Muscat to become one of the most famous wines in the world. In the heart of D.O.C.G. – the region where the Moscato Asti wine is produced – the Santo Stefano Belbo wine harvest is found. An important connection to MARTINI is created by the soil and people; an essential union which represents a solid foundation to produce quality.

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The refreshing sensation of a glass of Asti Martini, very cool and fragranced, entices you to toast repeatedly, especially due to its low volume of alcohol, always offering the freedom of tasting yet another glass.

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Pure elegance emerging from the hands of MARTINI & ROSSI® and master winemakers, who have managed to create a rosy-hued pearl. This sparkling wine, soft and sweet, has a delightful aroma and delicate notes of raspberry and wild rose, and is excellent served as an aperitif or at a picnic with friends

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Capturing the essence of freshly picked grapes is a quest. The Glera and Chardonnay varieties are pressed to make this classic sparkling wine. The glasses are filled with dry notes of pear that chase after the apple flavoured bubbles. Cheers! The rich soil of the Veneto – Friulli region is what gives life to the vine that carries the grapes from which Martini Brut is produced. The tradition is strong. Most grapes are picked by hand using the same ancient techniques that our predecessors also used.

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Far away, in the Prosecco village, where the sunbathed foothills are abundant in Glera grapes, they end up in the bottle carrying an intense apple, fruit and thyme flavour, making the heat of the continental climate bearable. In 1905, Piedmontese Federico Martinotti discovered the autoclave fermentation process. This innovatory technique allowed the production of Asti – starting from ‘mosto’ – followed by the fermentation of Prosecco varieties. This process helped amplify the flavour of the two varieties, highlighting their maximum potential, especially in the bottle.

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