|The Glera grapes for the Riva di Rocco Proseccos are grown in the hills of the Treviso DOC region.|
|Riva di Rocca Website|
|Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry|
|Proseccos are made by Charmat method (tank method).|
Riva di Rocca, which in Italian means "rocky shore," is a DOC Prosecco produced by Martino Zanetti in Pieve di Soligo, a village in the province of Treviso, about 5 miles west of Conegliano and 30 miles north of Venice. Conegliano, along with Valdobbiadene, are the two towns synonymous with production of this bubbly wine.
This Prosecco is extra dry, with very fine, persistent bubbles. The nose hints of tart apples with blossomy citrus notes, while the taste is creamy and generous, revealing slightly honeyed pears. The finish is round and lingering. 11.5% Alcohol.
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