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"Costadilá is one of a handful of producers in the Prosecco region that are re-defining the way we think about Prosecco. These producers have re-ignited the completely natural and ancient way of making Prosecco called Methode Ancestral. The resulting wines are called Prosecco 'Col Fondo' because they are shipped un-disgorged 'with sediment'. This helps the wine remain stable without the addition of any sulphur," according to the importer. "This wine is not disgorged and the lees remains in the bottle. There is no dosage. This Methode Ancestral process produces wines with a light naturally produced frizzante and an enjoyable 11% alcohol. This is the perfect holiday celebration bubbly....Think peaches, baked bread and grapefruit pith with a fine bubble."
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