Tasting note: Appearance: brilliant, straw yellow with green highlights and a persistent, and particularly fine, perlage. On the nose: fresh and elegant, with a well-proportioned wave of meadow flowers that yields to a bouquet of delicious fruit. In the mouth: the perfume-like fruit offers notes of pear and apple, while the rich, precise flavour completes the impression of harmony.
Winery Introduction: The Bisol estate focuses almost exclusively on Prosecco, the iconic Italian sparkling wine produced on the hillsides of Veneto, in the northeast of Italy. 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 and make best quality of grapes. Bisol was the first Prosecco producer to introduce the concept of single vineyard "Crus", harvesting late - sometimes into November - and fermenting in separate batches, using barrique fermentation for some cuvees.
"Decanter Fine Wine: Bisol was selected for the last years among 200 top producers around the world.
Wine Spectator Grand Tour Tasting: Bisol was included as the only Prosecco producer for the last 4 years among 287 top producers around the world."