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MEHR WISSEN ÜBER DIE VALTELLINA; Ursprungsbezeichnung und Lagen

Die Festlegung der Ursprungsbezeichnung Valtellina stammt aus dem Jahre 2002 mit Ergänzung des Sforzato im 2003. Dort sind verschiedenste Regeln und Vorschriften betreffen Lagen, Traubensorten, Namen, Kelterung, Ausbau und Abfüllungen festgelegt. 675 more words

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Le Rive del Prosecco

The “Rive”, the banks, are one of the best parts of the terroir of DOCG Prosecco Conegliano-Valdobbiadene. The DOCG protocols state that wines producted in this area may be exclusively appealed as “DOCG Prosecco – Rive”, because of their specific and unique features of orientation to sun, soil, difficulty of production, and, definitely, quality of the grapes. 275 more words


Mount Cesen: the guard of the DOCG Prosecco hills

This November the winter seems to arrive earlier. After a day of heavy rains and winds, low temperatures, the nature seems to ask to the terroir of DOCG Prosecco to “go to bed” for some months. 432 more words


Recevin: Conegliano Valdobbiadene proclaimed European Wine City 2016

Bruxelles, November 18th, 2015

RECEVIN, the European Network of Wine Cities, proclaimed the winner of the fifth edition of the Contest European Wine City… 116 more words


Brun: a must-go osteria

After visiting the Molinetto della Croda, you can drive, ride or walk to the village of Rolle through a tiny valley just in the heart of the DOCG Prosecco vineyards. 120 more words


Refrontolo: the Mill on the rock

The Molinetto della Croda (Little mill on the rock) is an old water mill over the creek Lierza, near the waterfall few kilometers from the village of Refrontolo, in the Prosecco DOCG area of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene. 150 more words


Follina: a trappist abbey in "The name of the rose"

Follina is one of the most famous villages of the DOCG Prosecco region, just between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, close to Pieve di Soligo.

Human traces dating back to the middle Paleolithic have been found in this area, though a stronger human impact is due to the roman and medieval periods when the roman road Via Claudia Augusta passed here and the Abbey was established ten centuries later. 238 more words