Enoitalia, the largest privately owned Italian winery, has unveiled Alberto Nani, an organic and vegan bottled Prosecco, set to launch into the UK on and off trade from this month.

This multi-award winning* wine heralds from the heart of the DOC Prosecco area and perfectly showcases the Glera grapes typical of the region. Alberto Nani Prosecco is pale lemon in colour and has an intensely aromatic bouquet of ripe pear, apple, white flowers and citrus. On the palate it has a balanced and refreshing acidity and features a mouth-filling, creamy mousse.

“The UK is still one of the largest export markets for Prosecco in the world and we have created Alberto Nani Prosecco to be soft and fruity to perfectly suit the UK palate,” explains Andrea Ruggeri, Commercial Director for Enotalia.

“The quality of the wine has recently been recognised by the International Wine Challenge judges as it has scooped a Trophy for the best value sparkling wine under £12. We are confident that it will be a hit with the UK on and off trade.”

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Created with the utmost respect to the land and environment, Alberto Nani Prosecco has been cultivated without the use of pesticides, insecticides and herbicides. Each 375ml (on-trade only) and 750ml (off-trade only) bottle features a striking black label with a cork closure. The wine has an ABV of 11%, is ideal as an aperitif and pairs perfectly with traditional Italian dishes.

With a brand portfolio including Voga Italia, Terra Venetica, Farmers of Wine, Lignum Vitis and Red Fire, Enoitalia offers both the UK on and off-trade an extensive array of quality Italian wine varietals sourced from some of the finest wine regions.

From grape to bottle, the winemaking team oversees every single phase of production to ensure exacting standards. Every aspect of production and all wines are traceable and subject to strict certification protocols.

Established in 1986, the company produced 98 million bottles of wine in 2018 with 75% of production exported to over 80 countries across four continents.