Bisol

Prosecco is both the name of the grape, and of the wine made from it in the DOC Prosecco hillsides around Valdobbiaddene and Conegliano, and as generally less distinguished IGT wines from the plains.

One of the leading lights of the region is Bisol, a family-owned company, based in the little town of Santo Stefano, and owning some of the finest terroirs of all Prosecco, including a three hectare chunk of Prosecco’s effective Grand Cru, the the Hill of Cartizze.

The Bisol family has farmed in Prosecco since the 17th century, owning and making wines on this estate since 1875. Their 16 different vineyard sites enjoy varying microclimates and soils, mean picking of grapes spreads over five weeks, often with three passes through each vineyard to ensure optimum ripeness. [Wine Pages]

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