Vineyards located in the Veneto region (Italy), planted in clay-limestone soils at 280 meters above sea level.
The harvest takes place between the months of September and October.
Production process becomes Sparkling: after a cryomaceration of 12-18 hours, the wine becomes sparkling by adding a selection of yeasts during the secondary fermentation in autoclave, which lasts about 120 days at a temperature of 16-18ºC.
Soft straw yellow with typical greenish reflections. Vivid and extremely fine pearl. With an intense aroma of citrus, almonds and acacia flowers. Excellent balance of acidity and fragrance, well structured and leaving a dry taste and a long aftertaste on the palate.
An important wine, a good aperitif. Its balanced structure and sapidity make it an ideal wine for light first and second courses, excellent with tasty cheeses.
The Follador family treasures more than two centuries of wine tradition in the area of the Italian Veneto. Already in 1769, the Dux of Venice awarded Giovanni Follador a decoration for the quality of his wine. His descendants have respected that family tradition in viticulture making it coexist with the avant-garde in winemaking to create wines of exceptional quality.
Prosecco is a sparkling wine that gets its name from the grape with which it is made, grown in Conegliano, Valdobbiadene and wine-growing regions north of Treviso, under the controlled and guaranteed denomination of Origin Valdobbiadene Prosseco Superiore. In this area, the Follador family owns its vineyards and winery, Col San Martino, where they grow grapes and make their sparkling wines.
The Prosecco of the Follador family has a great prestige in Italy and internationally, being for example the official Prosecco of the National Gallery in London.
Follador Superior Brut Millesimato.