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Mionetto launches limited edition Cuvee Anniversario in black packaging

PKBR Staff Writer Published 13 October 2017

Italian prosecco producer Mionetto has introduced limited edition bottles of Luxury Collection to celebrate its completion of 130 years experience in sparkling wine category.

Mionetto has bottled limited edition 130th Cuvee Anniversario in a signature sleek black packaging.

The bottle, which is uniquely numbered, features celebratory gold sparkles. Mionetto is providing only 10,000 limited bottles for the customers.

Mionetto’s Cuvée Anniversario Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Millesimato Brut Nature is priced at $25 per bottle.

Cuvée Anniversario is a zero-dosage sparkling wine, which has been prepared from hand-harvested grapes.

According to Mionetto, the limited edition zero dosage cuvee can be paired with shellfish, raw seafood, caviar and fresh salmon dishes.

Mionetto USA managing director and CEO Enore Ceola said: “The limited edition bottle celebrates the winery's values and iconic style that have been a part of our DNA since 1887.

“'Cuvée Anniversario' is an opportunity to realize our territory as a leading Prosecco and emphasize our continued pursuit of quality and innovation in the category.”

"Prosecco's continued growth and success specifically in the U.S., relies on its quality. Mionetto has never tried to imitate Champagne or other sparkling wines, but only expresses the absolute best of the Glera grape in all areas of elegance, balance, and innovation.”

Mionetto USA is the US subsidiary of Henkell & Co. Gruppe, which was established in 1997. It began operations with the introduction ofMionetto family's portfolio of fine sparkling wines in the country.


Image: The limited edition 130th Cuvee Anniversario in sleek black packaging. Photo: courtesy of Marketwired.