5th April 2016
The Spagnol are a family of winemakers in the heart of the zone famous for the production of the finest Prosecco (Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG).
Wine producers since the early 20th century, they began using the sparkling process when making their wine in 1986. Today, their 32 hectares of vineyards stretch over the hills and slopes of the most prestigious towns in this DOCG territory.
Grapes used are mainly Glera, the Prosecco grape. The wine is produced using the Italian method, Martinotti-Charmat, or tank method.
Spagnol has a range of Proseccos with different sugar levels.
Rive de Solighetto Spumante Brut – made from the finest grapes
Prosecco DOC Treviso
Col del Sas
Historically the name comes from the production hill in the town of Valdobbiadene, known as ‘Col del Sas’, owned by the Spagnol familyCol del Sas Extra Dry
Col del Sas Brut
Col Del Sas Dry
This wine is one of the traditional expressions of the territory. Also referred to as ‘Ancestral Prosecco’, this version includes a second fermentation in the bottle
Available in the UK from Hay Wines
Glass of Bubbly
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