The color is a pale straw yellow with green reflections, lively sparkle, fine and long lasting perlage. The bouquet is subtle and refined with hints of honeysuckle and acacia flowers.
The Conegliano region is noted for its dry white from the area of Prosecco which happens to be made from the Prosecco grape as well. Prosecco...
The Conegliano region is noted for its dry white from the area of Prosecco which happens to be made from the Prosecco grape as well. Prosecco comes in three styles which are still wines (wine with no bubbles), frizzante (slightly sparkling) and sparkling. In the USA the sparkling version is the most commonly found. Conegliano is also is also home to Italy's oldest and most prestigious wine school. Conegliano is a cool climate that is perfect for the Prosecco grape which is late ripening, requires a long growing season and a moderately dry hillside microclimate. Casalnova s cool vineyard area in the region of Conegliano, north of Venice, which is close enough to the Italian Alps that the late-ripening grapes are not harvested until late October or early November.