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Carpene Malvolti Prosecco review

Carpene Malvolti Prosecco

Carpene Malvolti Prosecco is a name that has always been associated with tradition and passion. It is a family-owned business and product with almost a century and a half of history producing a brand that's been pleasuring taste buds throughout Italy and abroad. Harvesting the best grapes from the hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, the Carpene Malvolti Prosecco line has been an innovator in the art of sparkling wine.

Brief Overview

It was in the early 1860s when Antonio Carpene founded the Carpene Malvolti winery near Northeast Italy, or Conegliano. Four generations later, the winery has solidified its reputation as a popular volume producer with a history for quality, innovation and experimentation.

The company was born in the heart of the Prosecco valleys. Even today, you can tour the vineyards and see steep hillsides with gorgeous rows of grapes that will be used for the superior Prosecco DOC and Carpene Malvolti Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG.

Carpene Malvolti pioneered communication and advertising in an industry that once viewed itself as exclusive and aloof. In 1924, they were the first to use a caption on their products, "Prosecco di Conegliano." They are still renowned for coming up with forward thinking ways to endorse their product to both the collector and average taster.

Its commitment to customer service and quality production has put Carpene Malvolti Prosecco at the top of the sparkling wine hill. They have been rewarded the Scudo d'Oro Viticoltori, the Golden Flute, the Scopri l'intruso and Divinando trophies.

Prosecco DOCG

The Prosecco DOCG is a revered taste in sparking white wines, Italian or otherwise. A smorgasbord of subtle flavors, including grapefruit, lemon, tangerine, citrus, it is a light bodied soft and delicate taste that exudes the history and pedigree expected from Carpene Malvolti. Indulge in Brut, Cartizze, Dry, Extra Dry or Tipico Extra Dry.

Prosecco DOC

Processed through a careful selection of grapes, the Prosecco DOC is the company's signature taste with a range of options that include Spumante, Frizzante Stelvin and Carpene Malvolti Rose Brut. Striving for a light bodied palate, the Prosecco DOC line of tastes promises to be filled with wondrous and thoughtful aromas.

These Prosecco aims and succeeds at being a taste simultaneously for the broad and discreet audience, stylish and restrained. Using only the finest materials and processes, it is second to none on even the most discerning wine collector and taster's shelves.


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Some blog articles from Wineman with all our latest thoughts on vintages, wines and what to serve with food

Carpene Malvolti Prosecco review

Carpene Malvolti Prosecco

Carpene Malvolti Prosecco is a name that has always been associated with tradition and passion. It is a family-owned business and product with almost a century and a half of history producing a brand that's been pleasuring taste buds throughout Italy and abroad. Harvesting the best grapes from the hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, the Carpene Malvolti Prosecco line has been an innovator in the art of sparkling wine.

Brief Overview

It was in the early 1860s when Antonio Carpene founded the Carpene Malvolti winery near Northeast Italy, or Conegliano. Four generations later, the winery has solidified its reputation as a popular volume producer with a history for quality, innovation and experimentation.

The company was born in the heart of the Prosecco valleys. Even today, you can tour the vineyards and see steep hillsides with gorgeous rows of grapes that will be used for the superior Prosecco DOC and Carpene Malvolti Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG.

Carpene Malvolti pioneered communication and advertising in an industry that once viewed itself as exclusive and aloof. In 1924, they were the first to use a caption on their products, "Prosecco di Conegliano." They are still renowned for coming up with forward thinking ways to endorse their product to both the collector and average taster.

Its commitment to customer service and quality production has put Carpene Malvolti Prosecco at the top of the sparkling wine hill. They have been rewarded the Scudo d'Oro Viticoltori, the Golden Flute, the Scopri l'intruso and Divinando trophies.

Prosecco DOCG

The Prosecco DOCG is a revered taste in sparking white wines, Italian or otherwise. A smorgasbord of subtle flavors, including grapefruit, lemon, tangerine, citrus, it is a light bodied soft and delicate taste that exudes the history and pedigree expected from Carpene Malvolti. Indulge in Brut, Cartizze, Dry, Extra Dry or Tipico Extra Dry.

Prosecco DOC

Processed through a careful selection of grapes, the Prosecco DOC is the company's signature taste with a range of options that include Spumante, Frizzante Stelvin and Carpene Malvolti Rose Brut. Striving for a light bodied palate, the Prosecco DOC line of tastes promises to be filled with wondrous and thoughtful aromas.

These Prosecco aims and succeeds at being a taste simultaneously for the broad and discreet audience, stylish and restrained. Using only the finest materials and processes, it is second to none on even the most discerning wine collector and taster's shelves.


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