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The prices asked for bottles of Bisol Processco will certainly dissuade those looking for a light-hearted fizz. The humble Prosecco elevated to prices near Champagne levels. The care, attention and dedication of the producers, viticulturists in Valdobbiadene since 1542, surely reflected in each and every bottle.

Now, Bisol can guarantee, in a more precise manner, the added value of it's prestigious Cru di Valdobbiadene Prosecco: Certiquality - an authoritative institute for Quality Assurance - has released the Certificate for Traceability Systems to the company. Bisol is among the first in the Doc to receive this certification. This means that Bisol is able to certify with precision every phase and detail of the production cycle of each bottle of the Cru di Valdobbiadene Prosecco. Based on a lot number, Bisol will be able to specify from which exact vineyard the grapes in any one bottle come.

"We will be able to recount the story of each of our Cru and give a further quality guarantee to the consumer" comments Desiderio Bisol, Technical Director of the company.

The company has vineyards amounting to around 100 hectares, scattered over 20 locations but in the very best areas of the Denomination. The flagship is the three hectares owned in the uppermost reaches of the Cartizze hill, currently valued at around 1.5 million Euro per hectare.

It is wonderful following the developments of a specific wine producer. Bisol is one of the few I have visited that send regular updates. As the WineDude can attest, it is only by following and regularly tasting in informal settings and with food, that you really understand and appreciate the work behind a humble bottle of wine, regardless of cost.

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