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Prosecco DOC is once again an official sponsor of the Laguna Seca Superbike World Championship

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Prosecco DOCWho: The Prosecco DOC Consortium (Consorzio Tutela Prosecco DOC) will once again be an official sponsor of the ENI FIM Superbike World Championship at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. Mionetto and Valdo will represent the Consortium both on the raceway and in the VIP SBK Pit Lounge.

What: The sounds of motorcycles roaring and Prosecco bottles popping will ring through the central California hillsides as the ENI FIM Superbike World Championship comes to Monterey for its only U.S. appearance. The sparkles of Prosecco DOC will enhance the prize-giving ceremonies after each race as a magnum of Mionetto is presented to the winners, and Valdo will be poured throughout the day in the VIP SBK Pit Lounge, where guests will have an exclusive and unadulterated view of the race.

When: July 17th – 19th, 2015

Where: Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca, 1021 Monterey Salinas Hwy, Salinas, CA 93908 

About The Prosecco DOC Consortium:

Prosecco was granted the Controlled Designation of Origin status on July 17th, 2009, and the Consortium was created on November 19th of the same year to coordinate and manage the Prosecco DOC. The organization unites the different groups of manufacturers—wineries, individual and associated vine-growers, still wine and sparkling wine producers—to ensure the designation continues to grow and that the production regulations are complied with.

About Prosecco DOC:

Prosecco DOC wines come in Spumante (sparkling), Frizzante (semi-sparkling) and Tranquillo (still) varieties. The wines are made from mainly the Glera grape, native to North East Italy for thousands of years, and can be combined with a maximum of 15% of the following grapes: Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera, Glera lunga, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio and Pinot Nero. Prosecco Frizzante and Spumante varieties get their famous bubbles using the Secondary Fermentation production method, bottled under high pressure after fermentation in bulk tanks called autoclaves, as opposed to the traditional method, which bypasses the autoclaves and is used for other sparkling wine varieties. The end result is a brilliant straw yellow wine with fine, persistent perlage and aromas of white flowers, apple and pear. It is fresh and elegant on the palate with moderate alcoholic strength. For a full list of Prosecco DOC producers, visit http://www.discoverproseccowine.it.

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