Our territory

WHERE THE MAGIC IS BORN

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Conegliano Valdobbiadene: a landscape imbued in the history of Prosecco

The Prosecco route

Un viaggio attraverso le terre di origine dell’etichetta: la nuova Strada del Prosecco e Vini dei Colli Conegliano Valdobbiadene, paesaggio di rigogliosi vigneti nel sud est della Marca Trevigiana.

A trip through the countryside where Prosecco was born: the new route of the Prosecco wines and of the wines of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene hills, a landscape of flourishing vineyards in the south-east of the Marca Trevigiana.

Established in 2003, the Prosecco route is heir to what was the first Italian oenologic route in the distant 1966.

It is a 120-kilometre route winding its way from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene, along the original route adding a new fragrance and value to the whole area, to its varied vine-growing landscapes and attractions.
A long route filled with this age-old art mixed to its rural history. The landscape is rich of splendid grapevines, mainly Glera grapes, in long bunches of golden grapes, which make up 85% of the grapes used in the production of Prosecco.

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Glossary

LEARN ABOUT PROSECCO
THROUGH ITS WORDS

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Glera

THE GOLDEN NECTAR

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Ca’ del Sole Prosecco production is made only from Glera grape, grown between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene on splendid and steep 300-400 metre hills of volcanic origin, the traditional area of the finest Prosecco wines.

DOCG

CONEGLIANO VALDOBBIADENE

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Today the Prosecco produced on the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene is classified as DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllato e Garantita, i.e. Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin), reaching the peak of the qualitative pyramid for Italian wines.

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Method

SPARKING PROCESS

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The classic process for sparkling wine making is the Charmat-Martinotti method which yield Brut, Extra Dry (the traditional and most popular version) and Dry versions depending on residual sugar concentration after fermentation in autoclaves..