Sparkling & premium wines for a super aperitif
A good wine can enhance (or not) every dish when you are eating… But what about the aperitif time? Also in this case it is essential to select the right bottle to open for an unforgettable toast.
The quality of a wine is not limited only to its taste, but also concerns the aromas, the sensory notes and the entire 360° tasting experience. When you taste a product that can satisfy all 5 senses then it is a premium wine, the result of a lot of work that makes these bottles unique! It is a special product, a work of art for your soul at an affordable price… Find out immediately why it is better to choose the “traditional method”!
For Sparkling wines lovers: Enoteca Properzio has focused on two proposals ready to make any palate fall in love thanks to their superfine perlage.
Even for those who can’t resist white wine, there is no shortage of bottles: whether it is very complex and rich in minerality or with a strong impact of honey, each of these white wines is ready to amaze from the first sip.
From the skilful union of Glera, Pinot Bianco and Verdiso, a bottle was born that stands out for its homogeneous and intense perlage. A proposal, which finds its origins in Veneto, focused on fruity aromas and flavors. The right choice for an aperitif.Read more
Did someone say Champagne? Et voila! In addition to surprising for its delicate and continuous perlage, this bottle amazes for the fruity freshness of its scents. Balanced, elegant and with a citrus return, a champagne to try for sure.Read more
A wine to be tasted both at the time of the appetizer and with entire menus of white meat. A complex and mineral proposal, with a pleasant acidity. Why is this a special selection? Because only 300 bottles were produced for Enoteca Properzio.Read more
This Umbrian investment wine immediately stands out for the scent of apricots and honey, perfectly in harmony with the notes of spices and cedar. It surprises for its minerality, as well as for its body and the right salinity. Try it both as an aperitif and with meat-based main courses, especially baked rabbit.Read more