Wine Spectator points Masottina

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Wine Spectator points for Masottina: 

The R.D.O. Ponente Brut Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive di Ogliano from Masottina received 90 points from Wine Spectator

Grapes: 100% Glera
Residual sugar: 4 g/l
Alcohol: 11.5%
Sizes: available in 0.75 L and in  1.5 L

Wine Spectator review:

A creamy Prosecco, with mango and mandarin orange fruit flavors that are bright and expressive on a fine, lively bead, plus notes of petrol, fresh thyme and grated ginger. Open-knit and zesty on the finish. Drink now.

Prosecco Trophy points Masottina - vineyard Ogliano

Coming from a vineyard facing south-west, this wine encapsulates all the elegance and finesse of a unique terroir such as Ogliano, where its typical features are sealed by a slightly spicy hint that develops in crescendo thanks to its longevity. The wine is made from hand-picked selected grapes, white vinified by the gravity method. 

Berebene Masseria del Feudo

Berebene award for Grillo 2019 from Masseria del Feudo

Berebene Masseria del Feudo

Masseria del Feudo is not just a company. Its history is a family history, whose values and ideals are powered from Francesco and Carolina, fourth generation of agriculture entrepreneurs, who work in a land where innovation is supported by tradition.

Their philosophy is reflected in social responsibility towards the environment and production quality. Masseria del Feudo opens the doors to wine lover and tourists offering a special path inside its agricultural world.
They organize congress, special parties, aperitifs in the vineyards or in the cellars.
Tasting of their wines is paired with bread, olive oil, Sicilian pizza, cheese, honey and jam produced in the farm or nearby.

The cellar is located inside the old Masseria.

The Grillo 2019 is awarded by the Berebene Guide from Gambero Rosso 2021, with the price / quality price

Colour: Straw yellow colour with golden reflections.

Nose: It opens with delicate aromas of citrus, acacia honey and flowers. Spicy flavours of white pepper and black currant.

Taste: The fruit taste keeps the fullness and sweetness, well supported by salty and acidity.

The Grillo 2019 has not only been awarded by Berebene, but also recently received 88 points from Vinous: 

“Sweet baked apple and pears complemented by nuances of autumnal spice waft up from the 2020 Grillo. This is soft and round, offset by brisk acids and minerals, as ripe orchard fruits flesh out across the palate. Hints of sour citrus and inner herbal tones linger as this tapers off with freshness. “

Erik Guido. Tasting date: May 2021 

Drinking window: 2021-2023