Prosecco (Veneto)

Prosecco (Veneto)

45° 57' 00" N


12° 11' 00" E




about this subregion

Nestled in the picturesque landscape of Veneto, Italy, lies the enchanting Prosecco DOC region, renowned as the birthplace of the world-famous Prosecco wine. This captivating viticultural area boasts an environment that perfectly nurtures the growth of its primary grape variety, Glera, resulting in sparkling wines that have captured the hearts of wine connoisseurs worldwide.

The Prosecco DOC region is characterized by rolling hills, gentle slopes, and a mild, temperate climate, which provides an ideal backdrop for grape cultivation. The combination of ample sunshine and cool breezes from the nearby Adriatic Sea ensures that the Glera grapes ripen slowly and develop their distinct aromatic qualities. This unique terroir imparts a delightful freshness and crispness to Prosecco wines, making them an irresistible choice for celebratory toasts and casual sipping alike.

Glera, the dominant grape variety in the Prosecco DOC region, thrives here like nowhere else. Its crisp green apple and floral notes are enhanced by the region's rich soil and climate, resulting in wines that exhibit a harmonious balance of fruitiness and acidity.

Prosecco DOC wines are renowned for their versatility and accessibility, making them the perfect companion for a variety of occasions. Whether it's a festive gathering, a romantic evening, or a leisurely afternoon picnic, Prosecco DOC wines from the Veneto region embody the spirit of celebration, encapsulating the beauty of their environment in every effervescent sip.



Vineyard Hectares





Discover Terroir

The Prosecco DOC, under the careful stewardship of the Consorzio di Tutela Prosecco, produces exquisite white and sparkling wines primarily crafted from the Glera grape variety. This esteemed consortium ensures the highest quality standards and geographical authenticity for Prosecco wines, spanning across the picturesque provinces of Vicenza, Belluno, Treviso, Venice, Padua, Pordenone, Udine, Gorizia, and Trieste within the Veneto region.

The Alps and the Adriatic Sea winds help to maintain a mild environment in this DOC. While the Adriatic Sea winds bring the region's needed moisture during the grapes' growth period, the mountain range protects the area from experiencing too chilly air currents. Thermal differences between day and night in the late summer give the grapes a more strong scent.

Mineral-rich soils made up of alluvial materials may be found in this area. Furthermore, they have a silty-clay texture that improves drainage.


Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Glera

In the heart of Italy's enchanting landscapes, the Prosecco DOC wine region beckons with a trio of exquisite creations: Prosecco Bianco, Spumante, and Spumante Rosé. Each wine, a symphony of flavors and bubbles, pays homage to the region's rich viticultural heritage.

Prosecco Bianco, the crown jewel of the region, is an ode to Glera grapes. With a minimum of 85% Glera and a touch of Bianchetta Trevigiana, Chardonnay, Perera, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, or Pinot Nero (vinified as a white wine), it unfolds on the palate like a fragrant bouquet of fruits and flowers. Crisp and refreshing, it captures the essence of Prosecco's elegance.

Spumante, a dance of bubbles, shares Glera as its star performer, with a minimum of 85%. Blended harmoniously with Bianchetta Trevigiana, Chardonnay, Perera, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, or Pinot Nero (vinified as a white wine), it enchants with every effervescent sip. An embodiment of celebration, Spumante embodies the art of crafting joy.

Spumante Rosé, a delicate pink revelation, marries Glera's grace with the passion of Pinot Nero (vinified as a red wine). Comprising 85-90% Glera and 10-15% Pinot Nero, it casts a romantic hue over the glass. With each sip, it unveils a symphony of red berry notes and a hint of floral allure—a testament to the region's mastery.

In the Prosecco DOC, Bianco, Spumante, and Spumante Rosé are a tribute to the land's bountiful offerings. Each bottle encapsulates the terroir, the dedication of winemakers, and the joyful spirit of Italy. As you raise your glass to Prosecco's effervescent charms, you embark on a journey through a realm of flavors, bubbles, and timeless traditions.