A representation of Italian excellence Prosecco DOC boasts a distinct territory, stretching between Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia; rich in tradition with a favourable climate that gives the Glera grapes unique elegance, balance, and contemporary flair.
The Prosecco DOC Consortium works diligently to promote and protect the uniqueness of DOC denomination. The wine boasts 24,450 hectares of vineyards, 11,609 grape growers, 1,169 winemakers and 347 sparkling wine houses for a yearly total production of 500 million of bottles and a turnover of 2.4 billion of euro (data 2020, source: Consorzio di Tutela della DOC Prosecco, Valoritalia).
Prosecco DOC has built its legacy and identity by embracing its territory’s history and traditions, working tirelessly to find appropriate community engagement activities in the arenas of oenogastronomy, art, culture, history, cinema, design, and sport.
Lightness, liveliness, floral and fruity aromas, balance between sweet and sour, olfactory elegance and moderate alcohol are all key aspects to the continued commercial success of Prosecco DOC. A regular source of inspiration for new cocktails, from aperitifs to desserts, the bubbles of Prosecco DOC and Prosecco DOC Rosé compliment a variety of dishes. These versatile characteristics make them perfect for exploring new horizons of gastronomic cuisines from around the world.
Appreciated by both men and women, Prosecco DOC is increasingly celebrated during the great moments of our lives.