PROSECCO veneto, italy

Simply put- a tasty, soft, easy going glass of sparkling bliss. Made from the glera varietal.

$ 12 Prima Perla Glera, Veneto

Prima Perla is crafted with grapes grown in the heart of the historical Trevisian March where history and modernity come together in perfect harmony and set the stage for crafting outstanding Prosecco. The wine enjoys an extended Charmat method to refine the perlage, intensify the rich varietal flavor and deepen the aromas.

$12 Ca’ Furlan “Cuvee Beatrice” Glera, Veneto

Prima Perla is crafted with grapes grown in the heart of the historical Trevisian March where history and modernity come together in perfect harmony and set the stage for crafting outstanding Prosecco. The wine enjoys an extended Charmat method to refine the perlage, intensify the rich varietal flavor and deepen the aromas.

$14 TOFFOLI PROSECCO DI CONEGLIANO, VALDOBBIADENE, VENETO

In the heart of the high "Marca Trevigiana" - in the Veneto region - an ideal area for vine cultivation, there is the village of Refrontolo - 55 km north of Venice - 200 m above sea level -. Here in a splendid valley, which in south facing and sheltered from the wind, there is, since 1964, the vineyards and winery of Vincenzo Toffoli

$18 Bisson “Bianco delle Venezie” Vino Frizzante Trevigiana Glera, Valdobbiadene, Veneto

  Dynamic and tireless Pierluigi Lugano is not only our source of great Ligurian wine from indigenous varieties—he is responsible for one of the highlights of our sparkling wine portfolio: the ever-popular frizzante known as “Glera” for the past several years, which takes on a new description as “Bianco delle Venezie” with the 2016 vintage. For many years now, Lugano has worked with his good friend Eli Spagnol of Torre Zecchei in the elite Valdobbiadene district of the Veneto, tailoring the production of a racy, vivid, beautifully brisk Prosecco In a sea of vapid, overly sweet Prosecco, this frizzante stands out proudly. Spagnol is in charge of a mere 30 hectares—tiny by Prosecco standards—and our wine is hand-harvested from shockingly steep hillside vineyards in the DOCG zone of Valdobiaddene. Made using careful temperature regulation in order to preserve delicacy and freshness, the wine is bottled with just two grams per liter of residual sugar—a refreshingly bone-dry offering that stands in sharp contrast to its many cloying peers. Clean, bright, and refreshing, it presents notes of acacia honey, white flowers, crunchy green apples, and tart nectarines atop a subtly mineral underlay. Glera Explained

$15 col di luna “serata”, veneto

Made by a family winery outside of Vittoria Veneto in the foothills of the Dolomites. Their vineyards are farmed sustainably without herbicides, solar panels are used for electricity, and large amounts of the property are left as woodlands to encourage biodiversity.