Premium Prosecco from the stunning hills of the D.O.C.G. Conegliano Valdobbiadene region
Col Sandago lies in the prestigious province of Treviso, nestled amidst the stunning hills of the D.O.C.G. Conegliano Valdobbiadene region. The Glera grape variety which is grown here benefits from the chemical and physical peculiarities of the land.
The exposure, the slopes, the altitudes, and the microclimates all contribute to the high quality of the product.
The excellent wines produced in the Valdobbiadene-Conegliano area make it one of the most important sparkling wine producing districts in Italy and the world.
Col Sandago is located in a luxuriant area, where the vines are rich with the precious substances absorbed by the soil during prehistoric times, when an immense glacier from the Dolomites descended into the valley, shaping the land and excavating the bed of the historic Piave river.
Col Sandago’s main production is Prosecco.
The planting density of the Prosecco vines is around 3,500 per hectare, for an average yield of 130 quintals per hectare.
The grapes from these vines are used to produce Prosecco Superiore Extra Dry Conegliano Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G “Case Bianche”, Brut “Vigna del Cuc” Conegliano Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G. and “Brusolé”, a sparkling fruity wine.
In addition to the production of traditional Prosecco sparkling wines, there are “Undici”, a brilliant and light Prosecco Superiore Dry Rive di Susegana enriched with the aromas of Glera grapes, and “Costa dei Falchi” Prosecco Superiore Extra Brut Rive di Susegana.
Setting Col Sandago apart is their small production of the fantastic 'Wilbacher Metodo Classico'
Originally from Styria, an Austrian region, two centuries ago it reached the province of Treviso, the only area in Italy which has welcomed it and appreciated it.Today, Wildbacher sets Col Sandago apart.
Particular attention is given these vines which are trained using the spurred cordon system: careful leaf stripping, precise pruning and a diminution of the grapes result in lower production yields.
The grapes from these vines offer a red wine full of character, a fruity and floral sparkling rosé (“Brut Rosé”), a brut sparkling wine (“Metodo Classico”), an intriguing passito (“Dagoberthus”), and a high-quality grappa.