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PAN DA VIN

At dVINOWINES, we’re always attentive to the quality of our products, taking care that they are eco-friendly, traditional and produced by small producers. In these days we’re preparing to promote the "Pan Da Vin", bread created to accompany the wine tasting, given its innovative ability to "wash completely the mouth "before tasting other types of wine.
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THE MOZART WINE

The Marzemino is known as the "Wine of Mozart" as it is both mentioned and mentioned in the famous opera Don Giovanni by Wolfang Amadeus Mozart, where the protagonist, born a few kilometers from Refrontolo, exclaims: "Pour the wine! Excellent Marzemino ".
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THAI SOUP & EXTRADRY LIESSI

The freshness of our "Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Spumante Extra Dry DOCG Liessi" renders it capable of supporting even the most unusual combinations and we suggest its pairing with oriental cuisines as the flavours are emphasized by strong aromatic components.
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IL ROCCOLO DITIRAMBO

Today the excellence of Prosecco is found in the wonderful hills of Valdobbiadene-Conegliano and Asolo, and so, completely unexpected that one of the first written testimonies of the word Prosecco refers to a Prosecco of Vicenza.
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PROSECCO BRUT & FOOD

When we think of Prosecco, automatically we think, ‘aperitivo’, without taking into consideration that Prosecco DOCG is, for more than 300 years, the perfect partner to many dishes from the Venetian and Trevisian kitchens.
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VITIS VINIFERA

We find lots of tales and roots of vines and wine entangled in the growth of many civilisations, however the vine itself was quite remarkably fermenting grape juice in each and every single grape, long before man came along.
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Limited Editions Prosecco DOCG Superior Culture

What is Prosecco?Prosecco is a white wine that takes its name from the small village named, Prosecco, on the outskirts of Trieste. It’s made from the Glera grape and quite ancient as it dates back to the Romans, where the wine produced from the Glera was known as, Puccino. It’s said that Julia Augusta gave credit to his 86 years of life to the wine that we know today as Prosecco. Since the last 300 years it’s been cultivated and developed in
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DOCG PROSECCO: QUALITY VS INDUSTRIALIZATION

After the recent creation of the vast DOC area of Prosecco production in Northern Italy that extends from the region of Vicenza to that of Trieste, we read in the newspapers that in the next 3 to 4 years the production of prosecco will grow from 300 million to 1 billion bottles per year.
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