This wine was first made for the family's enjoyment at a special event in 1961. This Conegliano Valdobbiadene sparkling wine, departing from the normal Italian method refermentation, adheres to the more classic refermentation in the bottle method. After the wine spends a number of months sur lie, the wine is disgorged and receives a further six months ageing in the cellar, which confers on Sei Uno a subtle complexity that beautifully complements the aromas classic to Prosecco Superiore.
Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Refermentation in the bottle - Semi-sparkling This wine is an intriguing exemplar of the custom of local famers of enjoying un-filtered Prosecco with their meals.
This fragrant, graceful rosé is the fruit of a selection of grapes from the finest vineyards in the northern area of Prosecco DOC. The Glera grape comes from the northernmost area of the province of Treviso, while the Pinot Noir grapes come from areas rich in limestone skeleton, to ensure a good structure to the wine.
This fragrant, graceful Prosecco is the fruit of a selection of grapes from the finest vineyards in the zone of Cordignano, Sarmede, and Cappella Maggiore in the hills of Treviso.
This graceful, fragrant Prosecco is the fruit of a selection of grapes from the finest vineyards in the zone of Cordignano, Sarmede, and Cappella Maggiore in the hills of Treviso.
Plucking is the erosive glacial action responsible for the creation and transport of large individual blocks of bedrock. This occurs in so-called “valley glaciers,” such as those that covered the hills lying in the Treviso piedmont some 100,000 years ago. These large boulders are found in great numbers over our hills and are a prominent feature of the landscape. Our Riserva Blanc de Noirs is made from hillslope-grown Pinot Noir grapes, which provide its distinctive firm structure and silky smoothness. It is produced in the same style we developed in Bellenda’s very first years, maturing over many years at a constant temperature of 13°C. in our underground cellars.