Veneto, Italy

Crede, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG — 2022

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  • Introduction

    • “Crede” is a dialect word for clay, a defining feature of the terrain in Valdobbiadene in which the grapes for this Prosecco Superiore are cultivated. Clay is one of the five types of soil in the Bisol’s vineyards in Valdobbiadene. Crede is the the first, historic Brut of the Denomination, concieved in line with international trends; since 2022 it has been produced with pure Glera. Is is also the wine with the largest circulation: about 350,000 bottles out of the approximately 600,000 bottles of Bisol1542. Crede is always a vintage expression and all fruit is sourced from the Bisol’s own estate.

  • Vineyard Profile

    • Soil: The clay-laden soil allows the water to be stored close to the roots of the vines, guaranteeing constant hydration. In this way the grapes become enriched with the noble natural substances which endow this wine with delightful floral notes.
    • Elevation: 250 meters a.s.l.
    • Exposure: South, South-East
    • Training: Double curtain
  • Vintage Report

    • Harvest Date(s): Late September, by hand.
  • Technical Information

    • Varietal Composition:
    • Alcohol: 11.5%
    • TA: 5.6 /L
    • RS: 8 g/L
  • Tasting Notes

    • COLOR Brilliant, straw yellow with green highlights. Perlage is fine and persistent.

      BOUQUET A fresh and elegant aroma from which the fragrance of herbaousness and floral notes comes to the forefront alongside delicate nuances of apples and pears.

      FLAVOR The harmony of the bouquet is fully realized by the taste; a savory, rich, fine and versatile sip.



  • Crede, Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG — 2022 – James Suckling – 90 Points

    “Lightly spiced pears on the nose and palate. Dense fruit flavors with hints of nut cream and minerals. Plenty of fizz.”