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Consorzio Vini Asolo Montello

San Gaetano 35/3, 31044 Montebelluna

Telephone +39 0331 5730216
Fax +39 0423 602212

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand C51

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Veneto
  • 02.07  Quality sparkling wine/Sekt with origin
  • 02.07.04  Prosecco Spumante

Our products

Product category: Veneto, Prosecco Spumante

DOCG Production Area

The production area for Montello and Asolo Hills DOC and the DOCG «Colli Asolani – Prosecco» or «Asolo – Prosecco», extends to the northwest of Treviso along the first stretch of foothills. The area runs from east to west, from the town of Nervesa della Battaglia to San Zenone degli Ezzelini.
This area also includes the important district of Venegazzù, highly renowned for the excellent quality and distinctive character of its red wine, and the town of Asolo with its medieval centre, a jewel of culture, history, crafts and agriculture and home of numerous typical Veneto products, like the Asolo Hills wine, Prosecco, cherries, oil and, of course, Eleonora Duse and Queen Cornaro.

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Product category: Veneto, Prosecco Spumante

Asolo Prosecco DOCG

DOCG Colli Asolani – Prosecco
Colore: giallo paglierino più o meno intenso.
Profumo: vinoso, caratteristico, leggermente fruttato nel tipo abboccato.
Sapore: il secco gradevolmente amarognolo e non molto di corpo l’abboccato leggermente fruttato.

DOCG Colli Asolani – Prosecco “frizzante”
Colore: giallo paglierino più o meno intenso, brillante.
Effervescenza: evidente formazione di bollicine.
Nel tipo con rifermentazione in bottiglia la spuma risulta lieve, evanescente.
Profumo: gradevole e caratteristico di fruttato.
Nel tipo con rifermetazione in bottiglia si aggiungono note di crosta di pane e lievito.
Sapore: secco o amabile, fresco, frizzante, fruttato.
Nel tipo con rifermetazione in bottiglia
si aggiungono note di crosta di pane e lievito.

DOCG Colli Asolani – Prosecco “Spumante Superiore”
Colore: giallo dorato, brillante.
Effervescenza: fine e persistente.
Profumo: gradevole e caratteristico di fruttato.
Sapore: da secco o amabile, di corpo, gradevolmente fruttato, caratteristico.

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Product category: Veneto, Prosecco Spumante

Montello DOCG

Colore: rosso rubino tendente al granato con l’invecchiamento;
Odore: intenso caratteristico, gradevole tendente all’etereo se invecchiato;
Sapore: secco, sapido, robusto, lievemente speziato, armonico;
Titolo alcolometrico volumico totale minimo: 12,5 vol;
Affinamento: almeno 18 mesi di cui almeno 9 mesi in botti di rovere
ed almeno 6 mesi in bottiglia

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About us

Company details

Vine cultivation and winemaking has its roots in the era of the Serenissima Republic of Venice in the Montello and Asolo Hills area, with preference for the better known wines from the nearby hills in the province of Treviso.

Montello is mentioned in the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, referring to the Ezzelino dynasty. It was the heart of the renaissance court of Queen Cornaro and is also often depicted by the great 16th century artist Giorgione. At that time the vineyards played a fundamental role for all the large estates, with the typical Veneto villas at their centre. The cellars organized in the barchesse – specially designed farm buildings – were already in use back in 1400. The large Montello Hill, formerly entirely covered by an oak wood, was a pioneer natural park, and special edicts issued by the Republic of Venice protected the wooded heritage with very strict laws, and the wood was used both to build the Venetian fleet of ships and also the wine barrels. Montello has always had a natural vocation for vine cultivation, owing to its special clay soil, medium roughness with a gravel bed and its fortuitous climatic exposure: two fundamental elements that generated the perfect hydrogeological conditions to cultivate the great vines of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, followed also by the more recent varieties of Carmenere, which design the slopes and plains in front of the hills, together with the areas dedicated to Prosecco, Bianchetta, Manzoni bianco, Pinot and Chardonnay.

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