Press Reviews

BiancaVigna Prosecco Brut NV DOC

This Prosecco DOC is a well-balanced, fresh and bright wine, whose medium-body and clean finish make it a refreshing summer beverage or ideal choice for an aperitif. Aromas and flavors of sliced green apples and pears are complimented by a more mineral note of slate.


Vinous Media

The NV Prosecco Brut is spicy and wickedly fresh, with tart apple and chamomile complemented by notes of ginger and smoky minerals. It’s smooth with a creamy bead of delicate bubbles contrasted by nervous acids, coming across as quite savory and refined. Energy remains high, as the palate aches with residual tension while resonating on sweet and sour citrus and dried apricots. This beautiful and elegant expression of Prosecco is a pleasure to taste.


Vinous Media

The 2020 Brut Prosecco lifts up with a rich and fruity bouquet, mixing young peach with hints of kiwi and lime. This washes across the palate with citrus-tinged bubbles, leaving a pleasant inner sweetness under an air of tropical florals. A twang of tart green apple contrasted by confectionary spices, lingers incredibly long. The end note here is its remarkable freshness. This makes for a fine introduction to the Biancavigna portfolio. (Lot# 134)


James Suckling

A dry and bright prosecco with aromas and flavors of sliced green apples and pears. Some slate, too. Medium body and a clean finish. Disgorged in 2017. Drink now.


Falstaff Magazine

Luminous, brilliant green-yellow with persistent perlage. On the nose it has a delicate expression of green apple and citrus. On the palate with fine fruity sweetness, opens straightforward, drinks well.


Wine Enthusiast

This charming sparkler has lovely aromas of hawthorn and orchard fruit. On the gently sparkling palate, fresh acidity accompanies ripe green apple, white peach and just a hint of fennel.

 

BiancaVigna Prosecco Superiore Brut Conegliano Valdobbiadene Millesimato DOCG

Made from 100% Glera, the white Prosecco varietal, grown on the Estate’s hillside vineyards between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. This is a fragrant and elegant wine, offering enticing floral and ripe pear perfumes accompanied by a dry, savory palate with fresh acidity and notes of green apple, white peach and tangerine. It’s silky mousse and creamy palate finishes with a hint of salinity and bitter almond.


Falstaff Magazine on 2020 vintage

Bright straw yellow with a green touch. Exotic fruits adorn the nose, melon, lychee, also some bergamot and grapefruit. Dense on the palate, it winds its way through the palate in a polished manner, appears to be close-meshed, straightforward, animating in the drink, presses on the palate again at the end and remains juicy.


Wine Enthusiast on 2020 vintage

Yeasty whiffs of bread dough accent ripe green apple and peach. The aromas carry over to the savory, elegantly foaming palate along with honeydew. Crisp acidity brightens the rich flavors.


Vinous Media on 2020 vintage

Smoky crushed stone, lime and lemon curds and pungent yellow florals are featured as the 2020 Brut Prosecco Superiore blossoms in the glass. This mixes both savory and sweet and is packed full of saline and acid tension. Tart green apple gives way to a salty flourish toward the close. It leaves the cheeks puckered and the mouth watering through the long and herbal-tinged finale. (Lot# 169)


Falstaff Magazine on 2019 vintage

Sparkling, light gray-yellow with lively bubbly perlage. Very intense and clear nose, of mirabelle plums, some pear, fresh and grape-like. Shows good weight on the palate, spreads out well in the middle, delicate bitter note in the finale, salty in the aftertaste.


Wine Enthusiast on 2019 vintage

Delicately scented, this has aromas of white stone fruit, white spring flower and a whiff of almond. The fresh palate offers ripe yellow pear and the same almond note from the nose alongside a foaming mousse.


Wine Enthusiast on 2018 vintage

Fresh and polished, this linear sparkler has aromas of spring wildflower and Granny Smith apple. The apple note follows over to the dry crisp palate along with yellow pear and citrus. An elegant mousse lends softness and finesse.

 

BiancaVigna Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut Conegliano Valdobbiadene Rive di Soligo DOCG

“Rive” in the local dialect refers to the steep slopes of the Conegliano/Valdobiaddene hills. In fact, BiancaVigna’s Rive di Soligo vineyard is positioned 380 meters (1247 feet) a.s.l. with a 70% slope, making vineyard work particularly laborious. The result, however, is a remarkable “Cru” Prosecco with a bright straw-green color and an inviting nose where minerals and mint are complemented by green apple and white peach. The palate is rich and creamy, with notes of peach and apricot and multilayered, refined floral notes. This is a very fine and elegant wine.


Wine Enthusiast on 2020 vintage

Always one of the top expressions from the denomination, the 2020 doesn't disappoint. It opens with heady aromas of hawthorn, ripe orchard fruit and botanical herbs while the dry, elegantly sparkling palate doles out ripe green apple, white peach, fennel seed and crushed rosemary. A yeasty hint of bread dough adds depth while crisp acidity keeps it refreshing.


Vinous Media on 2020 vintage

The 2020 Rive di Soligo comes to life slowly in the glass, dusty and smoky at first. Yet, with time, delicate floral perfumes, notes of ginger-tinged apple and subtle savory spices emerge. This is rich and pliant in feel, but with a core of stimulating acidity and saline-minerals to match, as tart orchard fruits and a twang of sour citrus settles in. The Rive di Soligo tapers off clean and fresh, a bit shorter than anticipated, yet satisfying all the same. (Lot# 137)


Wine Enthusiast on 2019 vintage

Enticingly fragrant, this has heady aromas of perfumed spring flower, white stone fruit and aromatic herb. On the dry, foaming palate, bright acidity lifts creamy white peach, crunchy green apple and a hint of honeydew melon before a white-almond close. A silky perlage lends elegance.


Wine & Spirits on 2019 vintage

Lean and austere, this wine offers flavors of crunchy green apple and lime pith with a refreshing saline finish that would match well with fritto misto.”


Vinous Media on 2019 vintage

The 2019 Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut Rive di Soligo takes some time to blow off its notes of white smoke and dried field grass to reveal deeper tones of dried apricot and savory spice. It’s a silky and soothing effort that comes across as quite feminine, with hints of fresh mint and chamomile before blossoming further with ripe orchard fruits. Saline-minerality contrasts a pretty inner sweetness throughout the long finale. While a bit understated, this is so easy to like and overflowing with charm.


Wine Enthusiast on 2017 vintage

Editor's Choice. Wine Enthusiast Buying Guide - Fragrant and elegant, this lovely sparkler offers enticing scents of white spring flower and ripe pear. On the dry, savory palate, fresh acidity and a silky mousse accompany green apple, white peach and tangerine notes before a finish of saline and bitter almond.


James Suckling on 2017 vintage

Some spicy, clove complexity to add to the layers of lemons and limes here. Clean and pure on the palate with a flinty edge of minerality and a balanced mousse. Drink now.


Wine Enthusiast on 2016 vintage

Editor's Choice. Delicate scents of white spring flower and white stone fruit curl of the glass. This is loaded with finesse, delivering creamy white peach, green apple, pear and citrus. Vibrant acidity lends balance while elegant perlage gives it an irresistibly silky texture.


James Suckling on 2016 vintage

Aromas of green apples and pears. Medium to full body and fresh finish. Nice fine bubbles. Slightly bitter, yet it shows plenty of character. Drink now.


Vinous Media on 2015 vintage

Bright straw-green. Minerals and mint complement green apple and white peach aromas on the enticing nose. Sneaky concentration and richness on the palate, with suggestions of peaches, apricots and flowers that are multilayered and very refined. Possesses both more richness and minerality than just about any other Prosecco made at this estate.


James Suckling on 2014 vintage

This is a serious prosecco with cooked apples, praline and lightly toasted coconuts. Full-bodied, layered and delicious. A serious prosecco. Drink now.


Wine Enthusiast on 2014 vintage

Delicate scents of pressed white flowers, chamomile, Barlett pear and a whiff of almond lead the nose on this elegant sparkler. The creamy, scintillating palate delivers crisp apple, citrus zest and mineral alongside vibrant acidity and small, persistent bubbles that lead up to a dry, refreshing finish.


 

BiancaVigna Spumante Rosa (Brut Rosè) NV Cuveè 1931

This salmon pink sparkler is an intriguing blend of the typical Prosecco variety Glera and Pinot Nero. A very fine and persistent perlage opens to ethereal perfumes of spring flowers, orchard fruit and distinctive notes of red berries, enhanced by a delicate hint of aromatic herbs. The fresh and silky palate reveals rich fruit (white peach, cherry) to conclude in a refined finish with bright acidity.


Wine Enthusiast

EDITOR'S CHOICE - An intriguing blend of Glera and Pinot Nero, this polished sparkler offers ethereal scents of spring flower, orchard fruit and a delicate hint of aromatic herb. Fresh and silky, the palate doles out Rainier cherry, white peach and a note of nectarine drop. Elegant beading and bright acidity provide the fresh refined backdrop. It's an incredible value.


Vinous Media

The NV Spumante Rosa Cuvée 1931 mixes savory and sweet, with a display of white strawberries, fresh roses and crushed stone. It’s silky in texture with a noticeable inner sweetness; yet it’s juicy and balanced, showing notes of ripe cherry and spice. This cleans up nicely throughout the finale, resonating on pretty inner florals.

 
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