The Sparkling Wines of Villa Sandi

6th January 2021

Prosecco From Villa Sandi

Villa Sandi produces what seems to be like an endless supply of Prosecco, but without ever compromising on quality, no matter what bottle you decide to pick up, you will get a worthy and enjoyable experience.

Located in the picturesque region of Prosecco, with Villa Sandi having a foothold in the region since 1622, thanks to their Palladian-style Villa located among the green hills of the Marca Trevigiana, the Moretti Polegato family, for several generations have dedicated their time producing and sharing their wines and Proseccos around the world.

Villa Sandi 17th century Venetian Palazzo

Villa Sandi 17th century Venetian Palazzo

With the wide range of Prosecco on offer, did you know that Villa Sandi also produces traditional method sparkling wine? There’s sure to be something in their range that you like. I aim to help you discover which bottles of Villa Sandi you might prefer.

Prosecco is cheaper than Champagne because it uses the Charmat Method which doesn’t take as long as the Champagne/Classic Method, this factor, including the vast amount of bottles they produce, this allows them to give you high class Prosecco at an affordable price.

As mentioned Villa Sandi doesn’t just offer Prosecco, they also offer Traditional Method Sparkling Wines under their Opere Label along with red and white still wines all produced in the region of Prosecco under the Villa Sandi Brand.

Villa Sandi Prosecco

Villa Sandi – Nero Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Brut – First Date Trophy Winner

Tasting Notes – “The bottle design / branding hits the mark. For me, a Prosecco has certain characters I wish it to display to me. Here we have a less fruity sugar character. Green pear and Granny Smith apple with limestone on the nose. Flavours are clear and refreshing, very light of fruits shown, more towards floral and stone / limestone. Ideal for a glass of as an aperitif or to pair with light foods.”

Villa Sandi – Prosecco DOC Brut Il Fresco Biologico Organic – Gold Medal Winner Gastronomic

Tasting Notes – More of a green character on the nose. Greengage, green apple skin, honeysuckle and a splash of lime zest. Organic and green will please the taster – green fruits with a rounded white floral expression. It removes itself slightly from the typical Prosecco characters, though it still gives a creamy bubble expression with a refreshing zest edge. Thumbs up to Villa Sandi!

Villa Sandi – Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut Il Fresco – Silver Medal Winner Winter Warmer

Tasting Notes – Green leaves, cut grass, green grapes and lime zest on the aroma. Creamy rounded green fruits with floral notes on the palate.

Villa Sandi – Asolo Prosecco DOCG Brut Biodiversity Friend – Gold Medal Winner Meditation

Tasting Notes – Biodiversity friend. Villa Sandi working hard on sustainability. A peach creaminess, green pear skin nose. Fruity flavours with a candy sweet, chalky edge. Delicate and fine, clean flavours.

Villa Sandi – Prosecco Superiore DOCG Brut Millesimato 2019 – Silver Medal Winner Fireworks

Tasting Notes – Green fruits, blooms and candy sweets on the aroma. A fizzy/zesty masterpiece, the sparkling wine comes alive on the palate with green fruits, apricot and honeydew melon.

Villa Sandi – Rive di San Pietro di Barbozza 2019 – Gold Medal Winner Creamy

Tasting Notes – Creamy peach and honeysuckle on the nose. Fruity flavours with an all important creaminess. Pears, apricot, yellow floral and more in the palate.

Villa Sandi – Cartizze DOCG Brut La Rivetta 2019 – Gold Medal Winner Light & Fruity

Tasting Notes – Always fresh and fruit and always terroir and creamy driven. Fresh pears, red apple and overripe peach on the nose. A creamy citrus mousse with delicate expression from pear and red apples. A prosecco that deserves to be enjoyed at a relaxed pace.

Villa Sandi Traditional Method Sparkling Wines

Villa Sandi – Opere Riserva Amalia Moretti –  Gold Medal Winner Classic & Elegant

Tasting Notes – Crusty bread aromas with soft citrus notes, almonds and a hint of spice. Flavours of apple, peach, pastry closing with apricot. Pinot Nero 75% and Chardonnay 25% this important Reserve is dedicated to the founder, Amalia Moretti.

Villa Sandi – Opere Serenissima DOC Brut – Gold Medal Winner Light & Fruity

Tasting Notes – A welcoming toast, apricot skin and peach aromas. A silky, oily green and yellow fruit flavour with hints of toastiness. This sparkling traditional method wine was voted The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly in 2018.

Villa Sandi – Opere Trevigiane Riserva Brut 2013 – Silver Medal Winners Classic & Elegant

Tasting Notes – Dried yellow stone fruits taste, faint spices with a hint of toast.


Villa Sandi also won the Sustainability Trophy by Slow Food at the Glass of Bubbly Awards 2020.


Oliver Walkey

Champagne and Sparkling Wine Writer, Focused on Bringing the Exciting and Fascinating World of Bubbly to You.