Aspri Spirits, India’s leading distributor of premium wines and spiritspresented anexceptionalwine evening to bring together wine lovers and connoisseursto celebrate 150 years of Carpene Malvolti Prosecco.
The evening, hosted at Out of the Blue, Khar, Mumbai, showcased CarpeneMalvoltiProsecco Special Cuvee Brut DOC, a light, fruity wine with scents of acacia flowers, wild strawberries and ripe golden apple. The newly done interiors reflect a modern European & Mediterranean style environment making it perfect venue for the special milestone of the heritage wine brand.
Passion, tradition, research and innovation handed down from the father to the son;it is a wine made with Glera grapes from the vineyards in Italy. The brand has carved a niche imagery of itself as one of the leading sparkling wines.
Carpene Malvolti Prosecco, real benchmark of quality and consistency is a refreshing sparkling made in Veneto region of Italy. This aromatic sparkling wine, is suitable for aperitifs, cocktails, and light Mediterranean dishes.
Mr.DomenicoScimone, Global Sales and Marketing Director, Carpene Malvolti Prosecco, an Italian Sommelier from CarpeneMalvolti, presented the visitors a remarkable and enchanting understanding of CarpeneMalvolti. He took the audience through the exciting journey of the brand by presenting the brand’s history, the process of making wines, details on their best wines and much more.
Carpenè Malvolti is the first company to submit quality Prosecco to the sparkling process, and a brand that is a leader in this field both in Italy and abroad. It was founded in 1868 by Antonio Carpenè, who dreamt to produce a bubbly wine with the grapes harvested from the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. This dream has become a mission: producing high quality sparkling wine at each grape harvest, a dream that is still coming true today, day after day.
Produced from grapes grown in the historic production areas of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, it is an aromatic sparkling brut wine with an alcohol content of 11 degrees, produced with the Charmat or Martinotti method, elaborated for the first time by Antonio Carpene for the Prosecco grapes in 1868.