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Andrea Da Ponte | Uve Bianche
Andrea Da Ponte Uve Bianche luminous and pure to the eye, it boasts an inebriating bouquet of clean-edged summer fruit–apricot, pear, apple, and melon–and well-ripened grapes. The first sip reveals its smooth, seductive appeal, then it opens fully to smooth floral notes that showcase its refined delicacy and the distinctive qualities classic to the Malvasia and Chardonnay grapes.
PURE DISTILLED SPIRIT OF AROMATIC GRAPES
Thanks to the single-batch bain-marie pot-still method exclusive to Da Ponte, the aromatic essences emerge unusually clean and sharply-delineated.
Pomace selected from the Glera vine from which the Prosecco Superiore DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene is born and where Prosecco is Superiore.
In 1896 Matteo Da Ponte published “Il manuale della distillazione”, the book which contains illustrations, for the first time, of the alembics he patented and the first columns for concentration of the alcoholic vapours, built to age and soften a genuine spirit yet with a rough and unsophisticated taste. The “Metodo Da Ponte” has the advantage of collecting and preserving in the distillate the most intense varietal aromas of the grape, the more delicate and volatile ones, to reintroduce them, very fresh, in every drop to be tasted. It is almost a revelation, an example which the heads of the family, in the years to come, follow scrupulously, won over by the art of distillation.