The refinement and aromatic richness of a Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze
Established on the viticultural landscape of Veneto in Italy since 1542, the Bisol family passionately perpetuates the art of Prosecco, which has been passed down from generation to generation. The Bisol estate overlooks an exceptional vineyard located on the steep hills of Conegliano and on the prestigious terroir, Cartizze.
The Bisol family’s vineyards are selected for the exceptional quality of their plots, which enjoy a rare terroir. The sandy nature of the soil, as well as constant ventilation and humidity, allow the grapes to gently ripen and reach an optimal phenolic phase.
The Cartizze Dry by the Bisol estate is produced from a south-facing vineyard which peaks at an altitude of 300 metres and is protected from cold currents. These conditions are perfect for ensuring optimal ripeness levels for the grapes dedicated to this cuvée’s production.
The Cartizze Dry 2020 by the Bisol estate is made from at least 85% Glera. This wine is produced in the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze D.O.C.G appellation, at top of the Italian appellation’s hierarchy.
This Prosecco is a beautiful straw yellow colour. The effervescence is lively, delicate and persistent.
Refined, the nose mixes floral (wild flowers) and fruity (apple, pear and peach notes) fragrances.
Perfectly balanced, this Prosecco showcases a seductive aromatic richness and elegance.