"Redentore means redemption: freedom from the plague that struck Venice between 1575 and 1577. It evokes one of the most traditional festivals, the Redentore Festival. Every third weekend in July the Venetians celebrate deliverance from the plague with a spectacular fireworks display and sumptuous dinners as the San Marco harbour fills with boats..."
What better way to celebrate than with a bottle of refreshing Prosecco? Redentore make a crisp and dry Prosecco that leaves you wanting more without becoming cloying on the palate. The De Stefani family have been producing wine in the Veneto region for 4 generations and in that time, they have becoming committed to organic/biodynamic principles in the vineyards; eliminating, herbicides, pesticides, chemical fertilisers and insecticides. They also use indigenous yeasts, are vegan and have no added sulfur!
These are wines that are as fresh and pure as possible, leaving you only with the true taste of Veneto in the bottle. The Prosecco is made in the traditional tank method of the region and is from 100% Glera grapes. All of the grapes also come from the DOC Prosecco area.
The result is as the producer says,
"...is brightened by a fine and persistent perlage. It presents an apple and a pear aroma, with candied citrus fruit and jasmine hints. Excellent for an aperitif, ideal with appetizers, pasta, fresh cheeses, ham and salami. We suggest to serve it at 5-6°C..."
On a sunny day, a cool glass of Prosecco is always welcome. And even better is a second glass....Saluté!