In each bottle of Bisol Prosecco Superiore, the traditions of a family that has tended its vines in the Valdobbiadene area since 1542 are combined with the history of a landscape whose generosity is only matched by the difficulty of cultivating its steep, rocky hills. Each Bisol Prosecco Superiore has its own, unique identity which varies depending on the nature of the specific terroirs in which the grapes are grown. After all, the Glera grape, from which this type of wine is made, is particularly sensitive to variations in the soil and microclimate.
The color is light straw yellow, the perlage is lively, persistent and subtle. The bouquet is as elegant as the scents of wildflowers. It is agreeably fruity with scents of apple, pears and peaches. The flavor is full and balanced with a contained graciousness and accompanied by an intense and elegant fruitiness.