It's from the Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene that Col di Rocca,
the Prosecco Spumante D.O.C.G. Superiore, comes from.
To get to know it better and fully understand its high and unique quality and value, you will find it useful to have some more relevant information concerning its origin.
The great majority of people do not know that the real and correct name of the Prosecco Grape is "GLERA", a variety that can be planted and grow anywhere in the world. What makes the difference is our territory: wines from the nine major districts of the North eastern part of Italy, in the area between Veneto and Friuli are labeled as D.O.C. To accentuate the difference in quality, an added value belongs to the Prosecco coming from the Treviso area where it is legally recognized and denominated as D.O.C.G..
Briefly, from lower to higher level, the quality of Prosecco produced and commercialized can be rated as follow:
- Prosecco D.O.C.
- Prosecco D.O.C. Treviso
- Prosecco D.O.C.G.
- Prosecco D.O.C.G. Superiore
Quality Prosecco sparkling wines are made distinctive by their tiny perlage
and creamy foam Moreover, their high protein and low sulfites content
makes them particularly easy to digest.
Obviously, such top quality corresponds to a higher price. Thanks to the unique microclimate of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene slopes, where it is produced, Col di Rocca Superior D.O.C.G. ( label guaranteed ) Prosecco sparkling wine represents the ideal synthesis of quality excellence and price.