Jelmas Extra Dry, NV, La Tordera


Jelmas Extra Dry, NV, La Tordera, Veneto


Tired of uninspiring flutes of flat fizz? You need some Jelmas in your life! This isn't the mass produced Prosecco that you'll find in every corner shop up and down the country. Jelmas is a delicious, shimmering and fruity fizz that jumps straight out of the bottle and into your glass.



Single bottle (75cl)

Single bottle (75cl)

Qty 1

The Four Point Lowdown

  • Ripe pear and green apple with a subtle citrus twist
  • Excitable bubbles fit for a party!
  • Party wine = party food - chips, dips, the works
  • Perfect for dancing on tables late into the night…







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About this wine

This fizz is a party in a bottle! It comes dressed to the nines, ready to take your soirée to the next level. A glittery fizz, it tastes of ripe pear, green apples and juicy honeydew melon.

Robust and full of fruity flavours with fat bubbles and a citrus tang. Excellent to drink on its own or fabulous in cocktails. Try this in your Aperol Spritz and you'll be transported to St Mark's Square on a summer evening. Send us a postcard, won't you? This wine is also vegan and organic.

What Makes It So Grape?

Chardonnay Musquè


Pinot Grigio

Produced in Veneto, Italy

Owned and run by the Vettoretti family, who are all involved in various roles, the winemaker is the youngest son Paolo Vettoretti. His brother Renato is the vineyard manager who is supported by an oenologist, Luca Da Lozzo, and two viticulturalists - Mauro Villanova and Thomas Zanco.

The new La Tordera winery, built in 2001, expanded first in 2011 and then in 2018, has obtained the “CasaClima Wine” certification, a protocol created by Agenzia CasaClima in Bolzano with the end goal of guaranteeing the sustainability of buildings dedicated to wine production. It evaluates three areas connected to sustainability: ecological quality, socio-cultural quality and economic quality. These determine the environmental impact of the building and housing comfort, the consumption of energy and water in the production of wines, the choice of packaging and the effect of transportation.