The grapes of Prosecco
Presecco is a sparkling white wine out of Italy. It typically comes in either a dry or extra dry variation and is produced from the Glera grape (which is also known as Prosecco).
A certified origin of production
This white wine is produced only on the hills of Conegliano in the Treviso administration (Veneto), but the name of this wine came from a village of the near region of Friuli Venezia Giulia.
The wine of Italian aperitifs
The Prosecco wine is often used as aperitif and for the famous Bellini cocktails, invented at the famous Harry's Bar of Venice. It also combines greatly with appetizers, firs courses and some fish dishes.
Sartori, noble wines devoted to Verona
The fascination with a history, the tight bond with a region, the power of a personality embodied in elegant wines that narrate the most intense of love stories: that of Sartori for Verona.