Made from the Prosecco grape that is indigenous to the Veneto region, this sparkling wine has subtle flower and fruit aromas that make the palate deliciously light and playful. Unlike many Champagnes, it is not harsh–rather, it tickles the throat with a peachy softness, and is flecked with minerality that remains simple in the best of ways. Perfect perlage make it the ideal choice for any occasion.
To fans of Andrea Bocelli, his last name means that heavenly voice and a gracious, refined sense that his music carries with it. But in their home of Lajtico, in Tuscany, the name "Bocelli" is mostly famous for...tractors. Andrea's family, for decades, has been one of Tuscany's leading dealers of farm implements, and Andrea was expected to follow into that business...had his voice not been enough to make the angels cry. Andrea and his brother, Alberto, also own a winery and this remarkable Prosecco, too, might very well make the angels a tad weepy. Made in cooperation with the famed Veneto winery, Trevisiol, Bocelli Prosecco is light, graceful, delicate, and insanely flavorful. Its inviting character and creamy texture make it one of the best values in Prosecco we've tasted this year. Music fan, wine lover - whichever you are, you are going to love this beautiful bubbly!
|Long Before Andrea Bocelli was famous for music, the Bocelli family has been known for wine. For over 130 years, they have made classic wines on their Tuscan farm. Now in collaboration with Trevisiol, the ‘first family of Prosecco’, they share this delightful sparkling wine that is a staple of everyday Italian celebration.
|Since 1881, spanning three generations, the Bocelli family has made classic Italian wines on their small estate in Tuscany. To this day, "Mamma Bocelli” still enjoys working in the fields, carefully hand-tying vines. Sister Cinzia and brother Alberto manage the azienda, and receive guests that stop by to say hello – it is a true family affair.
And if there is one thing that Andrea, brother Alberto, and their family love to do, it is to share their special Italian culture with friends around the world. Whether it is the music of "La Boheme,” or the wine of la dolce vita, they understand the art of living well. That is why, for the very first time, they have partnered with other exceptional growers to hand-select some of the best sites in Italy to produce exceptional wines that they themselves enjoy; that are perfect for celebrating every day.