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 berries 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 2016 from the Bisol family is made from at least 85% Glera. This cuvée is produced in the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore di Cartizze D.O.C.G appellation, which lies at the height of the hierarchy of Italian appellations.
This sparkling wine is seductive to the eye, sporting a straw yellow colour which highlights the finesse of its stream of bubbles.
The nose surprises with its elegance, finesse and intense floral and white peach notes.
The palate unveils a beautiful full-bodiedness, as well as a delicious creamy texture. The finish seduces with its freshness and slightly saline touches.