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Marchiori "Profili Brut" Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG

A sparkling wine for all occasions, guilt-free and simply delicious
Rated 90 pts. -Wine Enthusiast


Award-winning wine writer, Meg Houston Maker, describes the wine as " lightly sparkling, it’s cleansing, with a citrusy mid-body ... admirably restrained, even elegant".  

A spectacular embodiment of Spring, with it's delicate bubbles and vibrant reflection of terroir, Marchiori "Profili" Prosecco is in a league of its own. Aromas of wisteria, citrus, and green apple lead the way in this dry, mineral driven Prosecco that comes from the hills of Valdobbiadene, Italy. Not only are the Marchioris proud of their land, old vines and wines, but they're also fervently dedicated to their heritage. Keeping it all in the family, everything from the gruelling vineyard work to the meticulous winemaking is done by the Marchiori family.

A wine so popular, it's impossible to keep it in stock...

Image of the Marchiori Father and Sons working the vineyards and sorting grapes.

 

Mission Statement


We believe in goodness, common sense and good sense.
We believe in listening to the earth, the vibrations and feelings emanating from it.
We interpret the fruits of steep slopes through our sensibility.

We liquefy the natural potential of the grapes and the lives lived
to share and to perceive, 
moon after moon, season after season, year after year,
the beauty of the unique and pure flavor of the hills that we look after.

This is the identity of the Marchiori family of Farra di Soligo.
This is a glimpse into our way of living, thinking, and our wines.

 From Left to Right: Glera, Grapirol, Verdisio, Bianchetta and Perera. This are the grapes that compose Marchiori's Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG      

Marchiori's vineyards are located in Valdobbiadene, some of the highest priced sites of Italy.  Astonishingly steep slopes of up to 40 degrees and an elevation between 200 to 400 meters make working their vineyard unlike anywhere else. For winemaker Umberto, the soil is just half of the equation, with the other half being their vines. The family has meticulously preserved the heirloom vine varietals that bring complexity and elegance to their wines. 

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