- It's history began in Conegliano Valdobbiadene, an hill area in the North East of Italy, 50km far from Venice and almost 100 from Dolomites. Here since three centuries the grapes that give birth to Prosecco
Superiore have been cultivating.
The production area, that extends on 15 districts and represents the heart of the Prosecco
world, is an historic Italian denomination recognized in 1969. In 2009, with the reorganization of the Prosecco
denominations, the Ministry of Agriculture classifies Prosecco
as DOCG (Denomination of Origini Controlled and Guaranteed), the highest Italian qualitative level. It is sided by the DOCG Asolo and DOC Prosecco, extended on 9 provinces of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia, created to safeguard the Prosecco
grape heritage and protect it throughout the world.
Superiore is an Italian sparkling white wine
endowed with a lively elegance, floral and fruit perfumes.
Fresh, versatile and with a moderate alcohol content, the Conegliano Valdobbiadene is ideal for many occasions.