Spumanti Dal Din S.R.L.

Via Montegrappa N° 29, 31020 Vidor (TV)
Italy
Telephone +39 0423 987295
Fax +39 0423 989070
daldin@daldin.it

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.03  Asti Spumante
  • 02  SPARKLING WINES
  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.04  Prosecco Spumante

Our products

Product category: Prosecco Spumante

Spumanti Dal Din S.R.L.

Made from selected grapes cultivated on the Valdobbiadene hills. Spumante with very fine and persistent perlage. The scent of green apple and citrus. The palate there stands a very dry density and creaminess. A wine for special occasion wich is union with the delicately sweet pastries. Is possible to drink even alone in the particular privacy and romance moments

AREA OF ORIGIN
The Valdobbiadene hills

VINE
Glera (formally know as Prosecco)

TRAINING SYSTEM
Autocthnous called “capuccina modificata”

HARVEST PERIOD
From 15 september to 15 october

YIELD IN KG OG GRAPES PER HA
13.500 Kg

WINEMAKING
Off skins by gentle pressing

SPARKLING WINEMAKING METHOD
Charmat

PRIMARY FERMENTATION
Controlled temperature with sected yeasts

FOAMING
30 - 40 days

FINING
From 1 to 3 months

ALCOHOL 
11 % Vol.

SUGAR RESIDUE
6g/l

TOTAL ACIDITY
6,00g/l

COLOUR
Pale yellow with green reflection

PERLAGE
Fine and persistant

BOUQUET
Fine, freshness and fruity

TASTE
Fresh, Dry and sapid

SERVING TEMPERATURE
6-8 °C 

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Product category: Prosecco Spumante

VALDOBBIADENE PROSECCO SUPERIORE SPUMANTE DOCG BRUT

Wine produced from selected grapes from the hills of Valdobbiadene. Sparkling wine with perlage fine and persistent, fruity bouquet wrap. The taste is slightly soft, smooth flavor. It ‘s the classic sparkling to open when friends arrive unexpectedly, the conversations flying, preferably accompanied with some candy light, very welcome as an aperitif, it can continue crustaceans and, after a meal, a fruit salad

AREA OF ORIGIN
The Valdobbiadene hills

VINE
Glera (formally know as Prosecco)

TRAINING SYSTEM
Autocthnous called “capuccina modificata”

HARVEST PERIOD
From 15 september to 15 october

YIELD IN KG OG GRAPES PER HA
13.500 Kg

WINEMAKING
Off skins by gentle pressing

SPARKLING WINEMAKING METHOD
Charmat

PRIMARY FERMENTATION
Controlled temperature with sected yeasts

FOAMING
30 - 40 days

FINING
From 1 to 3 months

ALCOHOL 
11 % Vol.

SUGAR RESIDUE
17g/l

TOTAL ACIDITY
6,00g/l

COLOUR
Pale yellow with green reflection

PERLAGE
Fine and persistant

BOUQUET
Fine, freshness and fruity

TASTE
Fresh, well-balanced and velvety

SERVING TEMPERATURE
6-8 °C

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Product category: Asti Spumante

VINO SPUMANTE EXTRA DRY DONGJONE

Made from grapes cultivated at the foot of the hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, from Glera, Bianchetta, Perera. Sparkling wine with fine and persistent. The palate is soft and structure with strong personality as its name, Dongjone, that is the fortress in taste and aroma. Ideal for all occasio

AREA OF ORIGIN
At the foot of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano hills

VINE
Glera (formally know as Prosecco), Bianchetta, Perera

TRAINING SYSTEM
Autocthnous called “capuccina modificata”

HARVEST PERIOD
From 15 september to 15 october

YIELD IN KG OG GRAPES PER HA
15.000 Kg

WINEMAKING
Off skins by gentle pressing

SPARKLING WINEMAKING METHOD
Charmat

PRIMARY FERMENTATION
Controlled temperature with sected yeasts

FOAMING
20 - 30 days

FINING
From 1 to 2 months

ALCOHOL 
11 % Vol.

SUGAR RESIDUE
18 g/l

TOTAL ACIDITY
5,80g/l

COLOUR
Yellow light straw with hints of green

PERLAGE
Fine and persistant

BOUQUET
Fine, freshness

TASTE
Fresh, well-balanced

SERVING TEMPERATURE
6-8 °C

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About us

Company details

THE PROSECCO TERRITORY
The Pedemontana Trevigiana area, and in particular the range of hills that run from Valdobbiadene to Conegliano, have for centuries showcased their nobility in the careful geometry of the vines that gently grace the slopes.
This is a good land that owes its physical conformation to the ancient Piave Glacier which came down in primordial times from the Dolomites, as the soil absorbed the wealth of precious substances, the very substances that it now generously gives back to the Prosecco vines.
These hills, with altitudes ranging from 50 to 500 metres above sea level that emerged during the tertiary age are predominantly made up of marl, accompanied by sandstone and rock typical of the sea bed with one of the most suitable chemical physical compositions able to endow the grapes with their characteristic aromas and flavour, accentuated by strong temperature excursions which, by promoting correct maturation, has made Prosecco the most popular Italian Spumante in the world. 

PROSECCO
A fine wine is identified by its provenance: the vine, the territory, the climate and the men and women who make it. Prosecco is considered indigenous to the Carsic hills to the north of Trieste and most probably derives from the native Roman vine known as Pucinum. It is a rustic and vigorous plant, with rather long, loose-packed clusters; when ripe, the grapes are a golden yellow colour. 
From the hills where it originates, it casts its spell over those who seek out this wine for its fine bouquet of flowers, honey and wild apple, blended with the abundance of perfumes given off by the flowers that flood the hills in springtime.
A glass of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Doc, with its beautiful straw yellow colour and the multitude of bubbles that foam in the glass, is a pure pleasure and one of the small joys that we can still manage to steal away from the worries of everyday life; in my opinion the true drinking culture ... lies in drinking for pure enjoyment. 
At the first taste it charms us right away with its delicacy. The lively acidity is perfectly balanced, making it lithe and transient, arousing our taste buds with a velvety softness that entices us, a richness that does not overwhelm the mouth and a moderate alcoholic strength which is perfectly proportioned and well balanced, invites us to drink.
Prosecco has established itself as the standard bearer of Spumante, at first in Veneto, then in Italy and onwards throughout the world. Its rapid propagation and fame has made it synonymous with social mediation: from the daily aperitif to official symposiums, from a private toast to formal functions, the bubbles of Valdobbiadene have conquered the international market.
Each wine has its own distinctive harmonies and expressions. The Charmat method is the ideal system for producing a fruity Spumante such as Prosecco; it is indeed thanks to this method that it is possible to respect the original character of the raw fruit.

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