The Carnival of Venice began in the twelfth century – a celebration of victory against the Patriarch of Aquileia. Each year San Marco Square would fill with people dancing and feasting behind elaborate and exotic masks, adding to the mystique of the Carnival. And so La Maschera (the mask) was born. Italy has a long history with Prosecco, which has inspired the making of La Maschera Prosecco.
Passionfruit, golden delicious apple and melon
Pineapple skin with hints of mint
Green tropical fruit, peppercorn and apple
Moreish acidity with a slight savoury and creamy finish
Antipasto- olives, roasted almonds and manchego
Dishes featuring tomato and basil or dukkah
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