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Light straw yellow colour with greenish reflections. An intense, fruity nose that is slightly aromatic, with nuances ranging from apple to apricot and mixed fruit salad. A persistent and rounded palate, slightly vivaceous, and with a pleasant, sweetish finish.Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.
The history of Prosecco Valdo began in 1926, when a group of enterprising winemakers from Valdobbiadene decided to join forces creating the Società Anonima Vini Superiori: a company principally devoted to sparkling wine production of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore and Cartizze. The great step forward in terms of quality started at the beginning of the twenties when the company was bought by the Bolla family from Verona and was renamed: Valdo Spumanti.Sergio Bolla the father of Pierluigi, the current Chairman, focused on expanding sales both in Italy and abroad, he set new commercial and production targets with the aim of increasing awareness of Prosecco Valdo, or to be precise the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, throughout the world.
Skilfully selected white grapes from the most prestigious wine growing areas in the Veneto region.
The perfect recipe for Valdo Ice: lots of ice, fresh fruit and… good company! 1 Serve in a large stem glass 2 Add ice cubes 3 Pour in Valdo Ice 4 Garnish with pieces of fresh fruit
Mr. Zanon Gianfranco
100 m. above sea-level
3000 vines per hectare
Carefully selected grapes from the most prestigious wine-growing areas yield this sparkling wine that exemplifies the mastery and the ancient sparkling wine tradition of Valdobbiadene
Methods of Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
White varietals that are supremely suited to sparkling wines
White wine vinification with soft pressing of the grapes and temperature-controlled fermentation. No maceration
Charmat method for 3 months followed by at least 2 months of ageing in the bottle
Selected white grapes