Italian tradition of predinner drink. With Art.
Aperitivo alla Veneziana is much more than a simply happy hour, it’s a typical after work / after university meeting with free buffet and a lot of people.Derived from the Latin aperitivus, to open, aperitivo is meant to stimulate the appetite and tease the taste buds, previewing the delights of dinner.It varies but the basic formula is: you order something to drink , then you go to the buffet and take your food, all you can eat style. Aperitivo alla Veneziana is a moment of relaxation at the end of a day at work, where you can allow yourself the pleasure of conversation paired with the pleasure of good food in a true homey Italian atmosphere . La Dolce Berlin opens his doors once a week at around 18:30 /19:00 until 21.30 for you to enjoy a real Aperitivo alla Veneziana .
Prosecco Doc Millesimato DOC Prosecco (Vintage-dated) Typology: Sparkling Wine Vineyard size: 4.70 hectares Growing area: Azzano Decimo- (Pordenone) Soil profile: Deep soil with a silty-clay loam texture, sub-alkaline with moderate limestone Grape variety: Glera tondo Aspect: Northeast-Southwest Average age of vines: 8 years Number of vines per hectare: 3.500 Production per hectare: 18.000 bottles produced on average: 30.000 Average altitude: 25 mt. asl Vinification: The grapes are de-stemmed and pressed gently, then the juice macerates on the skins for 12 hours at 10°C. After this process the wine undergoes a second fermentation at 14°C in steel pressure fermenters and maturation of 30 days on the fine lees Maturation: In steel Bottle ageing: 2 months Appearance: A subtle straw yellow, with a long-lingering bead of pin-point bubbles. Bouquet: Delicate, fruity, with a refined impression of yeast Palate: Truly distinctive for its refined aromatics and exquisite balance. Note: Technical values for last harvest: Alcohol: 11.50% Total acidity: 6.00 g/l ph: 3.15 Pressure: 5.00 atm Dry extract: 22,00 g/l Total SO2: 100 mg/l (legal maximum: 200 mg/l) Residual sugar: 15,00 g/l Serving suggestions: Superb as aperitif, it partners perfectly with fish in general, although not with stews; it is delicious too with sweets, fruit and fruit crostate.