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Propose again the taste of the original Prosecco: “1924 Prosecco” by Carpenè Malvolti on tour

From the United Kingdom to Australia, it is told the project of the winery that invented Prosecco, with the first time of “Prosecco” on label
The first time Prosecco is on the label

There are those who are thinking, in the near future, of revising the use of the word “Prosecco” to highlight the difference between Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Docg and Prosecco Doc, something that, according to the president of the Consortium of the Docg Innocente Nardi, the term now threatens to flatten out, and those who, as “founder” of what would become one of the most important realities of Italian and world wine, on that word so historical and identity, decide to focus strongly.
Such as Carpenè Malvolti, a winery where Antonio Carpenè, who at the end of the nineteenth century, among the hills planted with vines that have been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since a few months, created the winery, has in fact invented the “Prosecco”, which, from mid-September, will be on tour around the world to present the “1924 Prosecco”, which became part of the production of the historic winery to celebrate the 95th anniversary of the first inscription on the label of the term Prosecco, which occurred in 1924 by the second generation of Carpenè, Etile.
A blend of 90% Glera, from other “historic white grape varieties of the Treviso area”, to “re-propose the quality and sensory standards in line with the characteristics of the original wine”, explains the winery.
The tour starts on September 13 in London, in the UK, then in Canada, from September 17 to 19, in the cities of Ottawa, St. Catharines and Toronto; at the end of October, it will be the turn of Florida, New York City, California and Illinois. The tour will then continue in several European countries, including Italy, Belgium and France, of course, while in November the tour will reach Asia (in Seoul in South Korea and Tokyo in Japan) and Oceania (in Sydney, Australia).

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