Palladiano Durello Brut NV


  • Grape : Durello
  • Country : Italy
  • Type : Sparkling
  • ABV : 11.50%

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Product Description

Tasting notes: Palladiano Durello Brut NV

Palladiano Durello Brut NV has citrus and gently floral aromas that lead to a very fresh and zippy palate with crisp green apple and lightly honeyed characters. A refreshing and approachable style of fizz – yet with texture and depth underlying the bright fruit.

Food Match:

Serve with antipasti of cold meats and mature cheeses or Veneto-style risotto.


Established in 2003, Adria Vini is a winemaking venture jointly owned by Boutinot and Araldica Castelvero. The leading co-operative in the Monferrato hills of Piemonte. Their aim is to produce authentic, well-priced still and sparkling wines from local grape varieties.

All aspects of production, from grape selection through to vinification, maturation, blending and bottling are meticulously overseen by Araldica’s winemaking team of Claudio Manera and Lella Burdese – assisted by Boutinot’s Tony Brown MW. They source from a range of private growers and cooperatives, with whom we have long term relationships, principally in Veneto, Friuli, Lombardy, Sicily, Puglia, Abruzzo and Sardinia.

The Durello grape is local to the Veneto region – grown on the volcanic hillsides of Monti Lessini, between Verona and Vicenza. The name of the grape refers to the small, late-maturing berries (duro = hard). Durello’s naturally high acidity and cool, hillside vineyards produce complex, long lived wines to rival Italy’s finest sparklers.

Production of Durello Spumante is mostly in the hands of a few small growers. Traditionally producing bottle fermented wine with up to 6 years on lees. However the variety is also well-suited to the production of fresh, zesty, tank-method wines such as this – aged for 2-3 months on lees.

Palladiano Durello Brut NV Awards:

Best Value Sparkling Wine 2018 at Wine Merchant top 100 awards.

Decanter 2017 – Bronze

International Wines and Spirits Competition 2017 – Silver

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