VENETO, LAND OF PROSECCO
La Gioiosa Prosecco DOCG comes from the official Prosecco region of Italy: Veneto, located between the beautiful Dolomites and the unique Venice. The perfect spot that allows Prosecco to have the ideal climate conditions to grow and produce the native grape of Glera.
The hillside vineyards are ideal for the production of fresh, fruit-driven Prosecco, today the world’s most popular bubbly.
Prosecco is original from the East region of Italy, between the Dolomites and the Adriatic sea.
DOCG stands for “Designation of Controlled Origin and Guaranteed”, and it means that Prosecco DOCG can only be produced in a defined area.
Glera is the native grape of Prosecco. Its low sugar content, marked acidity and delicate notes are ideal to produce this sparkling wine.
Real Prosecco can only be sold in glass bottles, and never in tap or cans.
To guarantee the quality and authenticity, on the neck of the bottle there is the government DOCG seal.
Perfect to pair with Italian dishes but it easily adapts to also international cuisines.
FROM ITALY WITH LOVE
Veneto is a renowned Northeastern Italian region, known for the quality of fine wines produced there.
Perfect for aperitifs and an excellent base for new and traditional cocktails (Spritz Aperol, Mimosa…).
La Gioiosa is certified “Biodiversity Friend”
by the WBA (World Biodiversity Association).
This certifies the company commitment to viticultural practices with a low environment impact to safeguard the biodiversity.
Environmentally friendly and sustainable approach:
A task for a healthy future for our Earth.
La Gioiosa has always cared for environment and earth health, paying attention to the respect for nature, from the vineyards to the store shelf.
La Gioiosa in Italian means
EXPLORE LA GIOIOSA WINES
Prosecco is a wine, while the grape is called Glera. Glera is the official grape to make Prosecco. Do not trust Prosecco made with other grapes.
Close it with a stopper for sparkling wines, then refrigerate it: the cool temperature will slow significantly the loss of bubbles.
Prosecco and Champagne are entirely different wines: the grapes are different, the climate and soil are different, the winemaking technique is different, and the aromas, flavors, and textures are different. Where Champagne is refined, Prosecco is soulful. Where Champagne is expensive, Prosecco is a wine for everyone. Where Champagne is reserved for special occasions, Prosecco is both a special occasion and everyday wine to enjoy at the dinner table.