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One of the finest examples of Prosecco in our market! Winemaker Christian "Zago has established himself as an important producer of what is known as traditional col fondo Prosecco," according to Wine Spectator. "Zago's single-vintage wines don't rely on the charmat method, dominant in Prosecco, in which the wines undergo secondary fermentation in large, pressurized steel tanks. His more rustic approach is similar to the metodo classico, used in Champagne, with the bubbles created by fermentation in bottle. The difference is that the resulting lees are not disgorged before sale. Instead they rest, somewhat murkily, at the bottom, or "col fondo," of the bottle."
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