• Prosecco DOC, 
  • Veneto, 
  • italy

Latest Awards

  • 90 points Planet Grape Wine Review , August 2021

Lunetta ("Little Moon" in Italian) celebrates life's small pleasures. Lunetta Prosecco is produced by Cavit, internationally recognized as northern Italy's largest and most reliable source of quality varietal wines. All production takes place at Cavit's state-of-the-art sparkling wine facility located just outside the regional capital of Trento. It is the largest facility in Italy dedicated exclusively to producing world-class sparkling wines.

Winemaking & Aging

Grapes handpicked and vinified using the Italian Charmat method, with temperature-controlled fermentation in stainless steel and secondary fermentation in sealed tanks for 30 days. The wine is then promptly bottled and released.

Tasting Notes

Pale straw with greenish reflections, fine bubbles, and a creamy white foam. Fragrant, with enticing aromas of apple and peach. Refreshing, dry, and harmonious, with crisp fruit flavors and a clean finish.


Lightly sparkling, crisp and dry with notes of lemon drop, peach pit, vanilla custard and almond sliver.

Planet Grape Wine Review - August 2021


Prosecco DOC

grape varieties

100% Glera


750ml, 187ml

technical details
  • ABV: 11%
  • TA: 5.5 g/l
  • RS: 10 g/l
  • Closure: Cork
  • Vegan

Fabrizio Marinconz

The Brunchy Paloma - Tequila Bribon Lunetta
Sparkling Wine

The Brunchy Paloma

  • 4 oz fresh grapefruit juice
  • 2 oz Tequila Bribón Blanco
  • 1 oz simple syrup
  • Lunetta Prosecco
  • fresh lime juice
  • lime wheel & Tajín seasoning (for garnish)
  • Add ice to a chilled wine glass.
  • Add in the grapefruit juice, simple syrup, tequila, and a squeeze of fresh lime juice — stir gently for 10 seconds.
  • Top up the glass with Lunetta Prosecco and gently stir once more to combine. Garnish with your lime wheel and serve with a straw.
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