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Mack & Schuhle Launches Ca’ di Prata Proseccos

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Expanding Its High Quality Italian Wine Portfolio

Miami, FL., Feb 24, 2021 – Mack & Schuhle is pleased to announce the launch of Ca’ di Prata, a new line of Prosecco wines from Friuli Venezia Giulia.  The portfolio includes Ca’ di Prata Brut Prosecco DOC, Ca’ di Prata Brut 2019 Prosecco Rose DOC and Ca’ di Prata Extra Dry Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG.

The Ca’ di Prata name and label pay tribute to the municipality of Prata di Pordenone, where these wines are from.  A location famous for its historic bell tower, beautiful vineyards and surrounding farmlands, the Ca’ di Prata label features a rendition of the tower on its label and shoulder. The name ‘Ca’ di’ which means ‘home of’ in English, and ‘Prati’ which is derived from the Latin ‘Pratum’ meaning ‘vastness of territory covered in meadows’ highlights the Ca’ di Prata Proseccos Italian heritage.

A blend of 85% Glera with 15% of other DOC approved white varieties, the Ca’ di Prata Brut Prosecco DOC retails for $16.  The Ca’ di Prata Brut 2019 Prosecco Rose DOC, a blend of 85% Glera and 15% Pinot Nero retails for $17, and the Ca’ di Prata Extra Dry Prosecco Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG, a blend of 85% Glera plus 15% of other DOC approved white varieties retails for $18.

The Ca’ di Prata Prosecco portfolio of wines are distributed nationally. Marketing support includes branded materials.

About Mack & Schuhle

Founded in 2012, Mack & Schuhle is a Miami based national importer dedicated to bringing exceptional wines from around the world to the US market. The Mack & Schuhle portfolio includes from Argentina–El Tractor; from Austria– Laessiger; from France–Fleur de Rosee; from Germany–Vollmer; from Italy–Acquiesi, Barone Montalto, Corte Federico, Cuvage, Famiglia Castellani, Giacondi, L’Amore di Giulietta, Luna Argenta, Mosketto, Novantaceppi, Passivento Riva Leone, Santodeno, Stella Cadenta and ZiRonda; from New Zealand–Cardigan Bay; from Spain–El Guardian; and Art of Earth Organic Wines.

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