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Falstaff Magazine names Cartizze Dry DOCG Bisol the "king" of Prosecco

July 3rd, 2018

Falstaff is a German magazine dedicated to the world of wine which is also popular and distributed in Austria and Switzerland. It has published a Prosecco ranking, crowning the absolute "king" as Cartizze Bisol with 94 points, followed closely by Private Cartizze with 93 points, Crede with 92, Relio with 91 and Jejo Brut with 90.

Bisol confirmed its position at the top of the list in both categories, thereby reiterating the absolute importance of the territory where the grapes are grown and cultivated.  

Each territory has a different terrain, and that of Cartizze is the maximum expression of Prosecco Superiore DOCG. Bisol cultivates 107 hectares of land here, all strictly by hand. The area gives rise to Cartizze Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dry DOCG and Private Cartizze Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dosaggio Zero DOCG Harvest 2014, respectively awarded with 94 and 93 points.

Falstaff describes Cartizze Bisol 2017 as the perfect Prosecco: bright yellow with silver reflections, a nose with a rich fruity and floral bouquet and a palate offering great structure and minerality. Falstaff instead considered Private Cartizze a Prosecco of absolute elegance and great persistence, where minerality is combined with hints of peach and bread crust.

Falstaff is a German magazine dedicated to the world of wine which is also popular and distributed in Austria and Switzerland. It has published a Prosecco ranking, crowning the absolute "king" as Cartizze Bisol with 94 points, followed closely by Private Cartizze with 93 points, Crede with 92, Relio with 91 and Jejo Brut with 90.

Bisol confirmed its position at the top of the list in both categories, thereby reiterating the absolute importance of the territory where the grapes are grown and cultivated.  

Each territory has a different terrain, and that of Cartizze is the maximum expression of Prosecco Superiore DOCG. Bisol cultivates 107 hectares of land here, all strictly by hand. The area gives rise to Cartizze Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dry DOCG and Private Cartizze Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze Dosaggio Zero DOCG Harvest 2014, respectively awarded with 94 and 93 points.

Falstaff describes Cartizze Bisol 2017 as the perfect Prosecco: bright yellow with silver reflections, a nose with a rich fruity and floral bouquet and a palate offering great structure and minerality. Falstaff instead considered Private Cartizze a Prosecco of absolute elegance and great persistence, where minerality is combined with hints of peach and bread crust.