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by Dianna Ranere

Father’s Day Gift Idea: Mionetto Prosecco

Father’s day is June 21st, and hopefully, we will all get to celebrate with the ones we love, even if we have to stay at a safe distance and wear our masks. To celebrate, why not bring Dad some bubbly?

I’m a big fan of prosecco, so if you bring it to my house it will be appreciated. My favorite is Mionetto Prosecco, it’s super crisp and refreshing and is perfect to have on a summer day. So bring Dad (and Mom) something different and a bit more elevated this year, bring Mionetto.



Mionetto Prestige Brut ($14 750ml /  $4 Mini 187ml)

Made from 100% Glera grapes from the province of Treviso, an area renowned for high quality Prosecco, this sparkling wine offers a luminous straw yellow hue and stylish mousse. The palate is marked by aromatic notes of honey and white peach. For the classic dad – who enjoys a good Mimosa or Spritz – you can’t beat this bottle of classic brut. Plus, this bottle of bubbly comes in all formats, including mini!

I am in love with the mini version, it’s the perfect size for transport! They also have a mini Rosé Extra Dry if that is more your taste.

Luxury Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG ($19)

Meticulously produced from grapes grown in the highly esteemed Prosecco Superiore DOCG area, this wine is the absolute finest expression of the Glera grape (AKA – the Prosecco grape!). This elegant sparkling wine offers a rich bouquet of floral essences and notes of apple and white peach, with a hint of citrus. Delicious!

Mionetto Luxury Cartizze DOCG ($40)

This elegant Cartizze boasts luminous golden tones and delicate beads of tiny bubbles. A majestic, multi-faceted bouquet releases seductive impressions of apple and pear alongside notes of citrus and glazed almond. On the palate it is crisp, well-balanced, and elegant. This wine is perfectly suited for all of life’s most important occasions – and an excellent accompaniment to Father’s Day. Dad will be smitten!

Mionetto Prosecco: Passion, Tradition and Innovation

In 1887, master winemaker Francesco Mionetto opened the winery in Valdobbiadene, in the heart of the Prosecco area, just north of Venice. His love and passion for the region and its wines are still to this day a fundamental value for this unique winery. Mionetto has become a flagship for the area and a shining example of Prosecco production on the international scene.