Proseccando: a name, a fate. in this space we will tell you about our adventure in the world of Prosecco, including visits to wineries, events and  tastings.


Not only the best wine labels, here you will find also every detail you need to get to know the Prosecco universe: the best food and wine pairings, the not-to-be-missed locations, some recipes, a lot of tips for buying the best Prosecco and organizing an unforgettable tour in this amazing Italian area.

This area extends from the municipality of Conegliano to the town of Valdobbiadene and also includes the following municipalities: Susegana, San Vendemiano, Colle Umberto, Vittorio Veneto, Tarzo, Cison di Valmarino, Follina, Miane, San Pietro di Feletto, Refrontolo, Pieve di Soligo, Farra di Soligo, Vidor. Inside this area the Prosecco is produced with the name “Conegliano-Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG”

The Cartizze is the higher quality Prosecco DOCG and it is produced in a limited area of 106 hectares situated in the DOCG production area in San Pietro di Barbozza (Valdobbiadene) municipality. This territory is recognized as an excellent quality production area because of the microclimate and terroir characteristics. The champagnisation for this Prosecco is mainly in the Dry version.

The production area of the grapes is situated among 19 municipalities around the little city of Asolo. The wines that are appointed with the “Asolo – Prosecco” DOCG (denominazione di origine controllata e garantita) can be: DOCG Asolo Prosecco, DOCG Asolo Prosecco “frizzante” and DOCG Asolo Prosecco “Spumante Superiore”.

The term “Rive” refers to the steep hills that characterize the territory. Inside the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene area there are 43 “rive” or river banks, and each of them expresses a different peculiarity of soil, exposure and microclimate.

Treviso province has had an historical role into the Prosecco development history so it has been created a special mention for this area.If the grapes, the vinification and the bottling are made in Treviso area, a Prosecco DOC can be designated with the special name: Prosecco DOC Treviso.

Prosecco DOC from the region of Veneto, outside the provincia of Treviso

Prosecco DOC from the region of Friuli

The Trieste province is situated in the Carso highland that is characterized by doline, caves and harsh fields. In this province there is a little town called “Prosecco” but it is not connected to the name of our beloved wine. However if the grapes, the vinification and the bottling are completely made in the Trieste province, the Prosecco wines can be appointed with the special mention “Prosecco DOC Trieste”, created because of the historical importance of this area in the Prosecco development. 

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