Wines to Seek Out
At the entry-level price is the Jeio line: a Brut Prosecco DOC, a Brut Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG and a sparkling Rosé of Merlot and Pinot Nero. These wines are fresh and easy, but the wines worthy of designation on this list come from Valdobbiadene.
Bisol “Crede” Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore
Bisol’s signature wine is the blend from multiple vineyards in the Valdobbiadene area. As interesting as their wines of terroir can be, I find this to be their most complete and versatile wine: a balanced approach that levels things out nicely.
Bisol “Relio” Rive di Guia Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore
Bisol’s top wine of terroir is the "Relio," which comes from the Rive di Guia. Vinified Brut to allow the focused minerality shine through on the finish, it is a wine of surprising complexity.
Bisol Valdobbiadene Superiore di Cartizze
The wines of Cartizze need to be seen in a different light than other Valdobbiadene wines, and not just because this subzone boasts the area’s best vineyards — but rather, because the wines tend to have a little sweetness to them. At 25g of residual sugar, Bisol’s Cartizze is sumptuous and addictive, conveying an illusion of sweetness more than anything. The notes of blueberries, pear, rye bread and violets are unlike anything else in the Prosecco kingdom.