Zesty and stylish, Prosecco is the quintessential sparkling aperitif. This glamorous Italian sparkle is produced exclusively in the north east of Italy. The first written reference to Prosecco dates back to 1772. Select vineyards on steep hillsides are worked manually and bring forth the fragrant elegance and freshness that has always distinguished Prosecco. Ilauri Prosecco is produced exclusively with Glera grapes, it is dry and refreshing with fruity characteristics. Enjoyed with a wide range of different dishes, it best pairs with lightly grilled vegetables, smoked salmon or Asian delights such as spring rolls, steamed dumplings and noodles...
Set to become the Prosecco serve of choice, Ombra Di Pantera DOCG is crafted with the finest Glera grapes. DOCG is the highest classification for Italian wines - there are controlled production methods and guaranteed wine quality. Within the Prosecco-producing region of northeast Italy, only vineyards between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene are afforded DOCG status. Here winemaking methods have been refined over 1000 years and the steep hills require harvesting by hand.The world’s love for Prosecco is on the rise and sales in the UK are outstripping Champagne. Francesco Vanoli, founder of Ombra Di Pantera, commented: “only now are we becoming aware of the different qualities of Prosecco available. Francesco continued “As with all things luxury we’ve built our product on genuine craft, provenance and heritage. Success for us isn’t about selling millions of bottles but rather more tapping into a mindset and curiosity of a public that have largely been starved of the ..
light, soft and refreshing with crisp citrus flavours and is best served
chilled (6-8° C or 43-46° F) as an aperitif before the meal or with light
lunches, especially good with shortbread or soft herbal cheeses.