-7% Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Dry “Col Del Sas” - Spagnol Col Del Sas
Winery Spagnol Col del Sas
Region Veneto
Wine type Sparkling
Classification Sparkling Prosecco
Format 0,75
Alcohol 11%
Grapes Glera 100%
Fragrance Intense fruity bouquet that evokes apples, peaches, and a delicate flower like the wisteria
Color Bright straw yellow
Flavor Smooth and harmonious to the palate, in full correspondence with its bouquet.
Pairing Excellent on any occasion or menu, perfect with dry pastries and fruit tarts.

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Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Dry “Col Del Sas” - Spagnol Col Del Sas

  • Product Code: F70DRY
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  • $29.03
  • $26.88
  • Ex Tax: $22.03

Historically, this name derives from the hill, owned by the Spagnol family known as “Col del Sas” in the town of Valdobbiadene, where it is produced. Today this wine exploits the best characteristics of the grapes from the various company vineyards spread throughout the territory of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG. The blend of grapes and coupage of wines ensures extraordinary refinement and harmony. This Extra Dry, which encompasses the organoleptic properties of the most fruitful zones, exalts the utmost character of the grape variety.



The Spagnol are a family of winemakers in the heart of the zone famous for the production of Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco Superiore. Wine producers since the early twentieth century, they began using the sparkling process when making their wine in 1986.
Today, their 32 hectares of vineyards stretch over the hills and slopes of the most prestigious towns in this DOCG territory. The vineyard dubbed "Col del Sas" located on the hill of the same name in the territory of Valdobbiadene, embodies the family history. Their brand name reflects this, as it unites the family surname with the name of the their land: Spagnol Col del Sas.
All the lands and vineyards, every vine and every single cluster, are followed closely on their way to the bottles, always subject to the attentive gaze and the industrious hands of father Orazio and mother Loreta and their four sons, brothers Stefano, Marco, Alberto, and Mattia.


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