Prosecco DOC Brut

The vineyards for the Prosecco Brut are located just across the border of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG, where the soil is particularly suitable for the vines to develop deep roots, giving the wines more structure, elegance and finesse.  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. 

Spumante Rosa (Brut Rosé) IGT “Cuveé 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.

Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Brut “Millesimato”

The vineyards for this Prosecco Superiore are located in the central-eastern zone of Conegliano-Valdobiaddene, where the soil structure imparts wines with remarkable balance and a distinctive character reflective of the particular terroir.  Made from 100% Glera, the white Prosecco varietal, 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.  This unique wine’s silky mousse and creamy palate finishes with a hint of salinity and bitter almond.

Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Extra Brut “Rive di Soligo”

“Rive” in the local dialect refers to the steep slopes of the Conegliano/Valdobbiadene 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.

Prosecco Rosé DOC Brut

The Rosé version of Prosecco DOC was officially introduced into the Prosecco DOC denomination in 2021, in response to an increasing national and international market demand.  While comprised primarily of the local Glera grape, this pale salmon pink Prosecco DOC Rosé includes 10% of Pinot Nero grown in the Veneto region, thus exhibiting particularly refined floral, red fruit aromas, typical of this variety.  A very fine and persistent perlage opens to a creamy deliciousness on the palate that finishes in a pleasant, fruity aftertaste.  A Rosé sparkler of rare elegance and balance, but also an enticing freshness and acidity, this DOC Prosecco Rosé Millesimato is an ideal accompaniment to a wide variety of foods or can be enjoyed all on its own.

Prosecco Extra Dry NV DOC

Slightly sweeter than the Brut DOC, this charming Prosecco Extra Dry immediately entices with lively aromas of white flowers and delicate notes of fruit (apple, pineapple) and citrus.  In the glass, this wine is a lovely straw yellow in color with hints of bright green.  A fine, creamy perlage is enhanced by the pleasant balance between acidity and sweetness and a minerality that encourages another sip.  This is a Prosecco DOC wine for every occasion, from aperitif to after dinner. 

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