Producer: Col de ‘Salici
Located in Castello Roganzuolo (TV) the Col de ‘Salici brand was born along with Compagnia del Vino, in 1997. The decision to start our own history with Prosecco, comes from a vision, that of the founder Gaincarlo Notari , which was able to predict 20 years earlier, what would become one of the symbols in the world for the Italian lifestyle: PROSECCO. What was lacking in the market at the time, was perhaps a company focused exclusively on quality production: the Prosecco from Compagnia del vino had to offer something more. It was thought of a refined packaging that refers to the precious bottles used for the best champagne and to a production-philosophy that required vinification only from the best grapes and frequent bottling.
For these reasons, today as then, the Prosecco Col de’ Salici is always at its full potential for effervescence, freshness, and aromas.
Glera grapes are selected only from the best production areas in the DOC and DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene to be then vinified with partial cryomaceration and bottled every 40 days in isobaric mode, with very low doses of CO2 (4bar).
Col dé Salici produces wines only in the sparkling version: dry, Brut, Extra Dry, and Extra Brut obtained exclusively from the Glera variety; our DOCGs are all vintage. Completing the line are two Prosecco DOC, for easier drinking and a Rosé, made from Glera and Raboso del Piave grapes.
With a production that does not deliberately exceed the 700,000 bottles, we have always been a leader in the market of excellence and our wines remain faithful to the motivations that have given rise to our adventure.
Tasting Notes: The grapes come from selected hillside vineyards in the Valdobbiadene, the denomination for Superior Prosecco. The grapes are selected from the best production areas in the DOC and DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene before being fermented with partial maceration (which exalts the fragrance and sensation of the fruit variety) and be bottled under isobaric process, with very low C02 (4bar).
Grape Variety: Glera
Alcohol percentage: 11.5%