Prosecco tasting, winery tours, sales.
Bisol is one of the oldest Prosecco producers in Italy, and possibly one of the most successful. Their estate comprises an enviable selection of vineyards in the Prosecco region’s steepest and most fertile terrain, with 177 hectares on the dizzying slopes of Valdobbiadene. Of all Bisol’s vineyards, there is one particular spot that deserves a special mention: their Cartizze plot, where the vines grow on a hilly ridge 300 metres above sea level. Up here, the vines benefit from long hours of sunshine and rocky, well-ventilated soil, all of which makes for exceptional quality grapes.
Unlike some wineries, Bisol manage each and every stage of the Prosecco-making process, from Glera grape cultivation to the bottling of the finished product. For the Bisol family, this is integral to their family business as a way of ensuring their Prosecco is of the very best quality.
The Bisol family winery has been handed down from generation to generation, and today it is owned and run by two brothers, Antonio and Elisha, and their children. Their beautiful old cellars are open to visitors Monday to Saturday, between 10am and 2.30pm, where tours cost 27 euros for up to three people (additional guests are 9 euros each). These prices include a tour of the winery (available in English or Italian) and a tasting of three Bisol wines.