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Dal ZottoCol Fondo Vintage Prosecco 750ml
<p>Otto Dal Zotto arrived in the King Valley with Prosecco running through his veins and a dream of producing the famous sparkling wine in his new home. The Dal Zotto family have pioneered Prosecco in Australia, first planting it 20 years ago in 1999 and releasing the first vintage in 2004. And they’ve loved seeing it become a firm favourite for everyday celebrations everywhere.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Now, Otto and Elena’s sons, Michael and Christian, are custodians of Dal Zotto Wines’ future with Prosecco leading the way and with a full range of Italian varieties now putting their hand up for deserved attention. In August 2019, Dal Zotto Wines received one of the greatest honours in Australian wine by not only being awarded a FIVE-STAR rating but also being named the 2020 Halliday Wine Companion Dark Horse Winery of The Year.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Col Fondo Prosecco undergoes secondary fermentation in bottle and isn’t disgorged. The flavoursome leesy sediment dances on the bottom, hence ‘col fondo’, literally meaning ‘from the bottom’. This is how Italian prosecco used to be crafted before industrialisation turned it into mostly cheap fizz made in stainless steel tanks. This is complex, refreshing, lightly fizzy with plenty of acidity keeping it alive and kicking.</p>
$28.9$24.90
single
$173.00
6 case

Otto Dal Zotto arrived in the King Valley with Prosecco running through his veins and a dream of producing the famous sparkling wine in his new home. The Dal Zotto family have pioneered Prosecco in Australia, first planting it 20 years ago in 1999 and releasing the first vintage in 2004. And they’ve loved seeing it become a firm favourite for everyday celebrations everywhere.

 

Now, Otto and Elena’s sons, Michael and Christian, are custodians of Dal Zotto Wines’ future with Prosecco leading the way and with a full range of Italian varieties now putting their hand up for deserved attention. In August 2019, Dal Zotto Wines received one of the greatest honours in Australian wine by not only being awarded a FIVE-STAR rating but also being named the 2020 Halliday Wine Companion Dark Horse Winery of The Year.

 

Col Fondo Prosecco undergoes secondary fermentation in bottle and isn’t disgorged. The flavoursome leesy sediment dances on the bottom, hence ‘col fondo’, literally meaning ‘from the bottom’. This is how Italian prosecco used to be crafted before industrialisation turned it into mostly cheap fizz made in stainless steel tanks. This is complex, refreshing, lightly fizzy with plenty of acidity keeping it alive and kicking.

Style
Prosecco
Varietal
Prosecco
Region
King Valley
Country
Australia
ABV
13.5%
Container
Bottle
<p>Otto Dal Zotto arrived in the King Valley with Prosecco running through his veins and a dream of producing the famous sparkling wine in his new home. The Dal Zotto family have pioneered Prosecco in Australia, first planting it 20 years ago in 1999 and releasing the first vintage in 2004. And they’ve loved seeing it become a firm favourite for everyday celebrations everywhere.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Now, Otto and Elena’s sons, Michael and Christian, are custodians of Dal Zotto Wines’ future with Prosecco leading the way and with a full range of Italian varieties now putting their hand up for deserved attention. In August 2019, Dal Zotto Wines received one of the greatest honours in Australian wine by not only being awarded a FIVE-STAR rating but also being named the 2020 Halliday Wine Companion Dark Horse Winery of The Year.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Col Fondo Prosecco undergoes secondary fermentation in bottle and isn’t disgorged. The flavoursome leesy sediment dances on the bottom, hence ‘col fondo’, literally meaning ‘from the bottom’. This is how Italian prosecco used to be crafted before industrialisation turned it into mostly cheap fizz made in stainless steel tanks. This is complex, refreshing, lightly fizzy with plenty of acidity keeping it alive and kicking.</p>

Otto Dal Zotto arrived in the King Valley with Prosecco running through his veins and a dream of producing the famous sparkling wine in his new home. The Dal Zotto family have pioneered Prosecco in Australia, first planting it 20 years ago in 1999 and releasing the first vintage in 2004. And they’ve loved seeing it become a firm favourite for everyday celebrations everywhere.

 

Now, Otto and Elena’s sons, Michael and Christian, are custodians of Dal Zotto Wines’ future with Prosecco leading the way and with a full range of Italian varieties now putting their hand up for deserved attention. In August 2019, Dal Zotto Wines received one of the greatest honours in Australian wine by not only being awarded a FIVE-STAR rating but also being named the 2020 Halliday Wine Companion Dark Horse Winery of The Year.

 

Col Fondo Prosecco undergoes secondary fermentation in bottle and isn’t disgorged. The flavoursome leesy sediment dances on the bottom, hence ‘col fondo’, literally meaning ‘from the bottom’. This is how Italian prosecco used to be crafted before industrialisation turned it into mostly cheap fizz made in stainless steel tanks. This is complex, refreshing, lightly fizzy with plenty of acidity keeping it alive and kicking.

Dal ZottoCol Fondo Vintage Prosecco 750ml
$28.90
$24.90
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$173.00
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Style
Prosecco
Varietal
Prosecco
Region
King Valley
Country
Australia
ABV
13.5%
Container
Bottle
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