Prosecco Ca' di Rajo DOC Treviso and DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene
The Prosecco Hills are located in a special place, where Venice Lagoon meets the Dolomites, 50 km away from Venice.
This is a vocated area for what concern the wine production, for three centuries.
In 2009, the historic production area became a DOCG
At the same time, nine provinces in Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia, previously designated as IGT, were given the DOC Prosecco designation.
PROSECCO VALDOBBIADENE SUPERIORE DOCG
Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Docg is one of the jewels in the crown of Ca’ di Rajo production, in brut and extra dry versions.
100% Glera grapes grown at over 300 metres above sea level. Pruning to harvesting is done by hand, along the steep slopes that embroider with vineyards the arc of hills that extends into the area of Valdobbiadene
PROSECCO DOC TREVISO
Ca’ di Rajo produces three version of Prosecco Doc Treviso: Brut, Extra Dry e Dry.Long charmat, slow fermentation and the choice of selected yeasts are the main features of our Prosecco DOC range.
Prosecco Doc Extra Dry is made entirely from grapes harvested by hand in vineyards trained with Bellussera method.
THE ORIGIN OF PROSECCO
Ca’ di Rajo produce Prosecco Doc anche nella declinazione frizzante con il tradizionale tappo raso legato a mano con lo spago e con tappo a vite.
Lemoss is a sur lie, maked only with Glera 100% harvested by hand in the Bellussera vineyard, and indigenous yeasts. This wine encapsulates the genuine nature of ancient peasant gestures.
La cultura rurale del Piave ci insegna infatti che, in passato, non si era soliti filtrare i vini per cui, in primavera, i lieviti ancora presenti nelle bottiglie terminavano la fermentazione degli zuccheri, conferendo al vino la tipica nota frizzante.