Ombra Di Pantera is bringing the authentic taste of Italian elegance to the discerning American palate with the introduction of its signature wine, Ombra Di Pantera Prosecco Superiore Brut Millesimato DOCG.
Having gained notoriety as the ultimate in super-premium Prosecco, Ombra Di Pantera has swiftly become recognized as the brand of choice amongst some of Europe’s most salubrious hotspots and is now on a mission to translate this success in the U.S. With drinkers becoming aware of the different qualities of Prosecco available, and more importantly, the system of grading and classification, Ombra Di Pantera is a brand that confidently embodies the true essence and seductiveness of Italian luxury.
Looking to redefine the category and dismiss existing perceptions of Prosecco, Ombra Di Pantera is setting the bar for quality through each bottle. From brunch time through late night adventures, they are appealing to a growing audience of wine lovers who are curious to enrich their celebrations with real quality.
Ombra Di Pantera’s first release, ‘Ombra Di Pantera Prosecco Superiore Brut Millesimato DOCG’, is a pure expression of the very finest grower Prosecco. Traditionally crafted from a single vintage using superior Glera grapes from the cultivated Conegliano vineyard, this Prosecco has a finely balanced signature that makes it the perfect crowd pleaser for those seeking to impress their friends at bars or dinner parties in the run up to the Holiday season.
“We’re thrilled to bring Ombra Di Pantera to the U.S.,” said Francesco Vanoli, Director of Ombra Di Pantera. “We’ve built our product and brand on genuine craft, provenance and heritage, to the most exacting standards and with a flair that is truly appreciated by those seeking to experience an altogether completely different Prosecco. We’re here to pique drinker’s curiosity and give them a beverage that exudes luxury and authenticity in equal measure.”
Ombra Di Pantera’s expression of Prosecco is delivered from a history stretching back to Roman wines of antiquity. The vineyard lies at the heart of the Prosecco-producing DOCG region, which bares the highest classification for Italian wines, denoting controlled production methods and guaranteed quality.