“Sorelle” means “Sisters” in Italian; this winery is owned and operated by sisters Antonella and Ersiliana Bronca. The sisters as dedicated to terroir; their “Particulo 68” single parcel Prosecco marries accessibility with site specificity. The wines have demonstrated quality in the face of quantity-minded producers for years. Tasty, terroir-driven wines, strong women, family-owned & operated, need we say more?
How do we drink it?
A serious Prosecco, this wine is tasty with the meats and cheeses of it’s home in Italy. Hard, aged cow’s milk cheese, Prosciutto. The fruit profile of the wine makes a perfect pairing with Prosciutto e Melone, or melon (honeydew or cantaloupe) wrapped in Prosciutto di Parma. Sweet & salty! Enough brightness and richness to take to brunch and order your mimosa “Sans l’orange”- without orange juice. I may have just made that up so check with your server.