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Sensi Wine

Sensi, an Italian winery, started in 1890 by Pietro Sensi. It's known for its wines, including Prosecco.

Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from Italy's Veneto region. Unlike Champagne, it's made using the Charmat-Martinotti method. This method ferments the wine in stainless steel tanks, not in bottles. Sensi has perfected this method for their Prosecco.

The Sensi Prosecco Range:

Sensi "18k Gold" Prosecco DOC: This Prosecco is pale yellow with green apple and peach aromas. It's fresh and slightly sweet.

Sensi "18k Rose" Prosecco DOC: This Prosecco has a pink colour and berry flavours. It's drier than the "18k Gold" variant.

Sensi Collezione Prosecco DOC: A traditional Prosecco with apple, pear, and light floral notes.

Production: Sensi uses high-quality grapes. The grapes are softly pressed. The juice is stored in steel containers at low temperatures to keep it fresh. Then they ferment it using the Charmat-Martinotti method. This gives the Prosecco its fizz.

Pairing: The Prosecco goes well with many dishes. It pairs nicely with light appetisers and seafood. Its freshness suits various flavours.

Packaging: Sensi is known for its packaging, especially the "18k" series. This appeals to modern tastes but keeps Prosecco's traditional values.

The range includes a variety of sparkling wines. They follow Veneto's traditional methods. Sensi focuses on quality and consistency. This has made them stand out in the global Prosecco market.

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