Producer: Col de'Salici was founded in 1997 as a specialist producer of Prosecco, and remain determinedly upmarket, carefully sourcing grapes from the best slopes of the region, and focusing on fully sparkling wines as opposed to the still and frizzante versions.
Vineyard: The grapes come from selected hillside vineyards in the Valdobbiadene DOC, the denomination for superior Prosecco. Soils are marbly with layers of clay.
Winery: The juice was fermented to dryness at a controlled temperature, followed by a second fermentation in tank. The wine was then chilled and clarified, a dosage of 14 g/l was added, and the finished wine bottled under pressure.
Taste: A delightful Prosecco: soft textured, clean as a whistle, with green apple fruit, floral notes and a delicate finish.