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Call us to know the price of the Prosecco Tour dedicated to you, variable depending on the place of departure and the number of hours needed to visit all the points of interest chosen. Here are some of the possible stops that can be made during a Prosecco Tour:
For forty years we have been making wine exclusively from our grapes and offer our wines directly to the consumer, without intermediaries.
Producing an uncompromising quality wine that is able to express the characteristics of the terroir giving maximum pleasure to those who love it like us, is this concept at the center of our philosophy and of all our actions. Mario Buso’s Azienda Agricola Guia was founded in the eighties and consolidated in the wine sector to become one of the most important family-run wineries in the small hamlet of the same name in Valdobbiadene. The profession of winemaker and cellarman has solid roots in Mario’s family; the elderly parents, Rina and Bortolo, have always worked the land. The production of a limited variety of types of wine in which the specific qualities of each fund, each vineyard are exalted from time to time and the success of their products is testified by customers located throughout Italy and with nice appendages in Switzerland and France . Guia’s customers are first and foremost friends with whom, through the Valdobbiadene, relationships and encounters are established based on the genuine humanity of this territory.
Ninni and Caterina di Collalto, together with their mother Trinidad and Caterina’s husband, Lodovico Giustiniani, welcome you to Borgoluce, in their historic estate, between Venice and the Dolomites. 1100 hectares of woods, pastures, vineyards and cereal fields, in Susegana in the province of Treviso, in the heart of the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG area: a farm that, in balance with the environment, takes care of this land from which genuine products and clean energy are born. A place to stop, for long or short stays, a dimension of landscapes, culture, flavors and sports, all to be experienced. The activities offered range from visits to the winery with tasting, to restaurants, to overnight stays at the annexed guesthouse and, finally, to educational facilities for young and old.
MOLINETTO DELLA CRODA
The magical watermill set in the rocks is the most important rural architecture of the Prosecco Hills, dated back to 1600. Its foundations rests on the bare rocks that features the spectacular waterfall turning the ancient wheel. It remained in operation until 1953, was then abandoned for several years and finally purchased and restored by the city of Refrontolo. The Watermill is not a cultural heritage, accessible to the community and it hosts several art exhibitions.
The Conegliano Limo Service Prosecco Tour can be customized, adding stops to other wineries and places of interest on request or according to the recommendations of our expert planners. Contact us for a dedicated quote.
SOME INFORMATIONS ABOUT PROSECCO:
THE ITALIAN WINE CLASSIFICATION
D.O.C.G. (Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin): the wine is made to a very high standard in selected Italian regions. There are strict rules governing the production of DOCG wines, most obviously the permitted grape varieties, yeld limits, grape ripeness, winemaking procedures and barrel/bottle age of maturation. Every DOCG wine is subject to official tasting procedures.
DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin): wine is produced in compliance with very strict rules in a limited geographical area, of which the specific conditions give the caracteristic qualities.
IGT (Typical Geograohic Indication): wines from specific geographic areas and can be pretty nice for everyday drinking. The classification focuses on the region of origin, rather than grape varieties of wine styles.
VDT (Table Wines): basic level, local wine tables
THE STORY OF PROSECCO
The story of Prosecco Wine begins in the hilly area of Conegliano – Valdobbiadene, 50 Km far from Venice and about 100 Km from the Dolomites. After the DOC regulamentation (1969), the production area has been limited to just 15 small towns. In 2009 DOCG was introduced with two separate types of wine: Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG and the Asolo Prosecco Wine DOCG.
CONEGLIANO VALDOBBIADENE PROSECCO DOCG
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG is a sparkling wine produced exclusively in the hills of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene area. It is made from the Glera grape variety. The permitted grape yeld in the vineyards is 13.5 tonnes per hectare. Each vinery, by skilfully mixing the different grapes from micro-zones, creates the blends (cuvées). Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco superiore may be enjoyed in Brut, Extra Dry and Dry types.
Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze DOCG
The golden-hued wine that expresses absolute top quality within the denomination, Cartizze come from a sub-area that had its own specific regulations since 1969. The area covers just 107 hectares of vineyards and for this reason the Prosecco Cartizze is a very precious wine. The perfect combination of a mild microclimate and very ancient soils, made up of moraines, sandstone and clays, give this wines unique characteristics. The maximum yeld is of 12 tonnes of grapes per hectare.
Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Rive DOCG
The word Rive indicates. in the local way of speaking, the slopes of the steep hills that are characteristic of the area. Rive wines are often obtained from the most precipitous high-quality vineyards, from grapes grown in a single town or area, thus underlining the characteristics that a particular terroir gives to the wine. Within the denomination, there are 43 Rive and each one expresses a diffenet and distinctive combination of soil, exposure and microclimate. In the Rive, yelds are reduced to 13 tonnes of grapes per hectare, the grapes are picked by hand only and the vintage is always shown on the wine label.
THE TYPES OF PROSECCO
Prosecco can be spumante (sparkling), frizzante (semi-sparling) and tranquillo (still), depending on its perlage. According to residual sugar, Prosecco wines are labelled “Brut” (max 12 g of residual sugar), “Extra Dry” (12-20 g) or “Dry” (20-35 g). Sweetness of Prosecco strictly depends from residual sugar.