Prosecco Superiore is an Italian white wine of vital elegance and with fruity and floral aromas. Its history begins in Conegliano Valdobbiadene, a hilly area in the North East of Italy, 50 km from Venice and about 100 from the Dolomites. Here, for over three centuries, grapes have been grown that give rise to Prosecco Superiore. The production area, which extends over 15 municipalities and represents the heart of the Prosecco world, is a historic Italian name recognized in 1969. In 2009, with the reorganization of the Prosecco denominations. Each bottle is marked by the State band, which shows a number that makes it unique and traceable, along with the name and logo of the denomination. It is recognized by its golden color, which identifies all Italian DOCGs.
The 'Dirupo Extra Dry' by Andreola is a Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG Prosecco Extra Dry. Delicate, floral and fruity, elegant bead, fine and persistent. It composed of Glera 90%, Bianchetta 5%, 5% Perera. Very elegant as an aperitif, throughout the meal and dessert.
The Cartizze by Andreola is a Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene DOCG Dry. Sparkling wine of rare elegance and fine bead from the famous Cartizze area. From Glera grapes in purity, this wine is perfect as an accompaniment to desserts.