Mionetto 'Brut' Brut NV 187ml
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This is a bubbly wine imageMionetto 'Brut' Brut NV 187ml

PLEASE NOTE:  this is a 187ml sized mini bottle which is smaller than a regular 750mL bottle.
Wine Spectator 85
"A minerally nose turns to dry lemon peel character on the palate. Very dry, with a tight fizz and a crisp finish. Drink now. "
This is a bubbly wine
Item ID: #17424
Location at store:21e
Size: 187mL (glass)
Closure: Screw Cap
Alcohol by vol: 11%

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Wine Spectator 85
"A minerally nose turns to dry lemon peel character on the palate. Very dry, with a tight fizz and a crisp finish. Drink now. "


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MionettoMionetto has been Italy's foremost producer of Prosecco wines for more than 125 years. The winery was founded in 1887 by Francesco Mionetto in the small village of Valdobbiadene, located just north of Venice. On the steep hillsides of Valdobbiadene, the delicate Glera grapes (formerly called Prosecco) found ideal soil and climate conditions. At first Francesco bottled and sold wines to the locals of the region. He used small casks and transported wines by horse and buggy throughout the town. His brothers eventually joined him in the business and it became even more established. However, all three brothers were called to serve during WW1 and the winery was left unattended and sustained heavy damage. Francesco's grandsons, Giovanni and Sergio Mionetto, took over the winery in 1961 and began re-building.

In 1982, the Mionetto family introduced autoclave fermentation by switching to the Charmat method, which allows for better preservation of the flavors and aromas of Prosecco. Prosecco is an especially challenging wine to produce because of historical ownership laws in the region. Wineries traditionally do not own their vineyards or own very little and most Prosecco vineyards are small, ranging in size from only 1-4 hectares. It is the winemaker's job then not only to produce a high quality sparkling wine, but to maintain the relationships with local farmers who provide the grapes. Mionetto is fortunate to have relationships with vineyard owners that date back for generations. Many of the farmers have been working with Mionetto for over 40 years. The strength and longevity of these relationships can affect the quality and quantity of grapes provided to a winery. These relationships have been passed from generation to generation within the Mionetto family.


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"My all time favorite"

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Bought as a mixer but good enough to sip on its own!


Perfect..taste...bottle size


Crisp and bubbly

"I love the small bottles ,a generous single serving. A fresh crisp,not too sweet taste."

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Great buy for nice Prosecco

"YUM! Bubbles last forever and crisp and dry!"


An absolute go-to

"Always something I have at the ready, Wednesday night parm? Friday night cheese and snacks? Sunday brunch? All yes!"


Love it!

"Great price, great taste! A favorite."


Great flavor! I love this size bottle. Prevents it from going flat!!!!


Great prosecco for a great price! We buy it by the case!


Not too sweet! Just right. For the price this is an excellent sparkling wine. It is good with or without food.


Perfect for the holidays

"Affordable dry crisp prosecco! Better than mid priced champagne!"


Champagne Lovers Beware!

"This crisp, dry bubbly is a great choice instead of higher-priced breeds. It has earned international repute, and rightfully so. Great with hors d'oeuvres at your next event."

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Great Prosecco for the Money!

"It's not the best prosecco I've had but for the price, it's pretty good. You can't go wrong with this label."


Mionetto Prosecco Brut - Prosecco That's not Sweet

"I really like the Mionetto Prosecco Brut because, unlike a lot of Proseccos, the brut takes it to the level of a champagne rather than sweet like an Asti. It is smoothe, not harshly. Overall, it is quite drinkable."

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