Adami Bosco di Gica Prosecco Superiore NV HALF (37.5cl)


Sparkling, Prosecco, Italy

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Bosco di Gica is the ancient forested area where the Adami family vineyard is located in the prosecco commune of Valdobbladene. The third generation of the Adami family are now producing wines here and are as committed to quality as the family has ever been. 11% ABV.

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Additional information

Bottle size

Half (37.5cl)

Grape Variety



Italy, Veneto



Cork or screwcap



11% ABV

Who makes this wine and where is it made?

The Adriano Adami vineyard and winery is located in the Alta Marca area near Treviso, Veneto and was established in 1920 by the Great Grandfather of the current owners – Franco and Armando Armani. The vineyard is set on a rugged set of hills where Prosecco originated from and has been made for hundreds of years. Bosco di Gica is the old name given to the forested area near the vineyard.

Tasting notes

Drink dates

Drink now to keep its fine freshness or cellar for a few years to see it become more complex.

Ideas for drinking/ food matching

This is a perfect aperitif bubbly, but is also very food versatile. Enjoy this wine any light and delicate dish, particularly fish or shellfish.



Technical Details

This wine is made from 95-97% Glera and 3-5% Chardonnay.
The residual sugar is 9-10g/L
The grapes were pressed lightly with bladder presses. Fermentation with cultured yeasts at controlled temperatures (18-20°C). The juice was in contact with fine lees in stainless steel tanks for three months. The wine was produced using “Metodo Italiano” in steel pressure tanks.
Secondary fermentation occurred at temperatures of between 15-17°C and cold tartrate stabilisation at-4°C. Tight filtration was carried out before bottling to remove spent yeast from the wine. This process took around 40 days.