Prosecco is booming. It seems to tick all the boxes for consumers: light and fruity in style, chic yet affordable, unpretentious but possessing an air of sophistication.
The Bisol family are masters of Prosecco. And what current CEO, Gianluca Bisol doesn’t know about it isn’t worth knowing. The family has been making wine for centuries and all the grapes come from their own land, something which is extremely rare in the region.
Today the Bisol winery, in the Prosecco Superiore heartland, has developed an enviable reputation for wines that are refined and aromatic, while also a reflection of their terroir. The variable way that Glera responds to differences in aspect, soil and microclimate has resulted in a diverse collection of wines, from the elegant Prosecco Superiore Cartizze, to the soft and refreshing Valdobbiadene Brut Rosé Jeio.