Bisol – Finest Prosecco from Italy

19th July 2015

Bisol - Finest Prosecco from Italy

Bisol is a name intrinsically associated with the history of Prosecco. Their tradition is intimately linked to the Valdobbiadene territory by roots that stretch back to 1542, when the Bisol family first began cultivating grapes.

Today, Gianluca Bisol is the acting president and CEO and his brother, Desiderio, holds the position of Chief Enologist and Technical Director. Together they demonstrate a profound passion and respect for the culture of their land.

The Bisol family personally cultivates more than 20 vineyards located in the best suited areas of wine production. A jewel in this collection is the vineyard located on the top of the Cartizze hill; the most expensive vineyard for the production of sparkling wine in the world.

The vinification of grapes of each individual vineyard is done separately allowing the Prosecco, a wine noted for its delicacy, to express itself differently according to the composition of the soil. This results in wines that exalt freshness, elegance and classical aromas, both fruity and floral.

This is how the history of a territory is transferred into every bottle of Cru Bisol. Prosecco is a symbol of the tradition, where only the art and the tenacity of the heroic vine growers can endure the hardship of the “hand made” process.

Prosecco Superiore Bisol is appreciated in 67 countries: exports represent more than 78% of sales and the primary sales markets are the United Kingdom, which has even surpassed domestic sales, United States, Russia and Switzerland.

“The power of Prosecco,” says Gianluca Bisol, “lies in its capacity to become, not a status symbol, but a lifestyle symbol: in fact, our Prosecco is fine, modern, versatile, sustainable – even in its price – and represents the Italian style of living.”

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