VINEYARD: in the heart of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG area, on the slopes of the first Dolomite counties in the northern part of the province of Treviso in the Felettano hills. Clay soil, at 270 m a.s.l.
CULTIVATION SYSTEM: white fermentation, in the absence of the skins at a controlled temperature of 20 ° C. Aging: in steel tanks for a period of 1 month. Second fermentation: Martinotti method (Charmat), which provides for a slow natural refermentation in an autoclave at a temperature of 12-14 ° C with a brief pause on the lees to preserve the fruitiness.
HARVEST: first ten days of September
CHARACTERISTICS Pale straw yellow sparkling wine with green reflections, clear, enriched with fine and persistent perlage.
The aroma has the right balance between the crust of bread, the yeasts and the freshness of the fruits such as pear, apple and banana. Follow citrus notes with citron and lemon,
and the floral with white flowers. Pleasant finish with the Mediterranean spicy.
On the palate it is harmonious, elegant, with present and balanced acidity, fresh, savory, with a long and persistent finish.It should be kept in a cool and dry place away from light. Long refrigerator stops should be avoided.
PAIRINGS: Sparking wine for meals. Ideal as an aperitif, it goes well with fish appetizers, shellfish and clams. It goes well with light and delicate first courses
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 11,5% Vol.
SERVE AT: 6 – 8 ° C uncorking the bottle at the time of use
HISTORY AND TRADITION
In the Veneto, amidst the Colli di Conegliano hillslopes, the Ceschin family winery is philosophy is synonymous with uncompromising quality. Since 1965, after learning the secrets of the winegrowing art and gaining the confidence of his peers, Ettore, Giuseppe’s son, has directed the family wine operation with calm determination, now helped by his three daughters. He gave that winery the name Bepin de Eto, in homage to his father, his family, and his history.
This wine must be drunk young, without aging, preferably within the year.Store in a cool, dry place away from light. Avoid long stops in the refrigerator.
Best enjoyed in a wide tulip-shaped glass with curved-in rim