Sparkling wine Bortolomiol, "Il Ponteggio" Frizzante, Valdobbiadene Prosecco DOCG
Beautiful straw-colored wine with a delicate perlyazhem.
Taste wine - dry, fresh, fragrant, with a slight acidity.
The wine has a fine, delicate flavor, which captured light fruity and floral shades.
The wine is excellent as an aperitif and goes well with cold meats, appetizers, fish, seafood and traditional Italian dishes.
Vineyards Bortolomiol economy grow in a mountainous area located between the towns of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano. The oldest vines are 60 years of age and younger are planted in 1997 and 2005. Basically the farm grown grapes Glera (Prosecco), but to a minor extent also grow local varieties Verdizo, Perera and Bianchetti that add taste wines from Prosecco balance and harmony. The climate of the region - a soft, dominated by clay soil, rich in minerals and manganese.
Grapes and other agricultural products grown on the farm Bortolomiol using organic fertilizers, without the use of herbicides and chemicals. The grapes for the creation of "Il Pontedzhio" done by hand. Assembled from 15 to 30 September, the harvest goes soft pressing. Then, the primary fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature with the addition of special yeast. Secondary fermentation in an autoclave method Martinotti-Sharma lasts 15 to 20 days, and additional aging on the lees takes 1 to 3 months.
Awards "Ile Pontedzhio":
- "Champion 2002" on the VI Gran Premio Del Prosecco e dei Vini Dell'Alta Marca;
- Gold Medal at the "Mostra Nazionale Vini Pramaggiore, 2005";
- Bronze Medal at the "International Wine Challenge, 2008".
After the death of Giuliano, winery Bortolomiol grows and develops under the able leadership of his wife Octavia and four daughters: Maria Elena, Louise, Elvira and Juliana. Confirmation of the great success of the economy produced wines are numerous high awards at exhibitions and competitions. Continuing the work of a talented master winemaker and a wonderful father, daughter opened special courses for wine, where the best students receive a scholarship named after Giulio Bortolomiol.