Passaparola, Prosecco Brut, Spumante DOC

This beauty is indulgence without the extravagance. 

Country of Production: Italy

Region: Veneto

Producer: Pradio

Tasting Notes: This is a delicious sparkling wine with an intense bouquet of aromatic pear and an elegant yeast on the nose, followed by a crisp palate of succulent apple and pear. Gently foamy with a crisp and delicate finish.

Price: £13.25

Machine harvested to ensure the shortest possible time between harvest and pressing to preserve the delicate aromatics of the Prosecco grape. Fermented in temperature controlled, stainless steel tanks. The Charmat method of fermentation is used in order to retain the CO2 naturally produced during fermentation and give the wine its characteristic sparkle.

Colour: White
Style: Sparkling
Blend: Prosecco 100%
Oak Treatment: No
ABV: 11%

Bottle Size: 75cl
Closure: Cork
Drink: Enjoy from now
Organic: No
Biodynamic: No
Suitable for Vegetarians: Yes
Suitable for Vegans: Yes

Food friends…
This crisp sparkling white goes just as well with oysters and shellfish as it does with pizza and party nibbles!

Perfect for…

  • Weekend partying
  • An aperitif at dinner parties
  • Drinking on its own or in true venetian style, as a Bellini

Loved by…

  • Party animals
  • Girlfriends, boyfriends and non-binary friends
  • Best friends

Producer Information

The Pradio Estate fits in the Prosecco DOC denomination, just 40 km away from the town of Prosecco.  The Cielo Family who run the vineyard are committed to producing unique wines of elegance and personality.

The estate covers a total of 35 hectares and its vineyards are situated in dry and sunny fields of alluvial origin, made up principally of gravelly terrain. The grapes conserve the spirit of the land and reflect the noble and traditional tastes of ancient times.

Industry experts say…
“Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from north-eastern Italy, specifically the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia wine regions. It is also the informal name for the grape variety used to make these wines, which is now known officially as ‘Glera’.

Awards and special notes

Prosecco’s not my first choice in sparkling wine, but this one has something different about it which I really really like! – Paul Martin (December 2018)

Silver medal at the 2016 IWSC Awards.

Silver medal at the 2016 Mundus Vini – The Grand International Wine Awards.