Grape blend: 100% Glera. Sugar residue: 5 g/l. Rests for 6 months on yeasts. Organic Prosecco with a bright pale straw yellow color, with plenty of fine bubbles. Aromatic content characterized by fruity elements of green apple, flowery elements of chamomile, elderberry and lavender flowers, and a note of chalk for its finish. The sip is fresh and saline, with mineral perceptions and an acidic boost that reminds of grapefruit.
Grape blend: 100% Glera. Sugar residue: 9 g/l. Rests for 6 months on yeasts. Organic Prosecco with a bright pale straw yellow color, with plenty of fine bubbles. Aromatic content characterized by fruity elements of golden apple and grapefruit, flowery elements of chamomile, elderberry and lavender flowers, and a note of chalk for its finish. The sip is fresh and saline. It has a long enough finish, which reminds of a citrus peel.
Grape blend: 100% Glera. Sugar residue: 16 g/l. Rests for 6 months on yeasts. Organic Prosecco with a bright pale straw yellow color, with plenty of fine bubbles. Aromatic content characterized by fruity elements of golden apple, flowery elements of chamomile, elderberry and lavender flowers. The sip is fresh and saline. Mellow on the palate, soft and with a sweet accent, imbued with citrus freshness and sapid flashes.
Grape blend: Glera and Garganega. Only fermented in steel containers. Pale and consistent straw yellow color. The olfactory content provides perceptions of chamomile flowers and wildflowers, with fruity William pear and Renetta apple elements. A spicy touch of cinnamon and hints of white pepper. To the palate its taste is well balanced, dry, fresh and intense, with a pleasantly savory persistence, and a remarkable acidity and mineral structure.
Grape blend: Chardonnay, Garganega and Trebbiano. Fermented in steel containers and partially matured in oak containers. Medium intensity straw yellow color. The olfactory content is intriguing, with inviting hints of mint, rosemary and limoncella, rhubarb and grapefruit peel. It subsequently opens up to fresh, fruity flavors of Golden apple and pomegranate, vegetable flavors of aromatic herbs, sage and rosemary, with hints of pink pepper. It is well balanced and pleasantly sapid. Its finish picks up suggestions of almond, apple and white minerality.
Grape blend: Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. It is only produced with the best vintages. Traditional malolactic fermentation and subsequent aging in large oak barrels for 24 months. No purification or filtration. Ruby red color with red-brown reflections. Enveloping aromatic traits with ethereal notes, touches of withered roses, black cherry and plum jam. Sharp spicy hints, sandalwood and bark on a bed of coriander, nutmeg and cinchona. A balanced taste with elegant features, velvety tannic texture and a remarkable but not intrusive acid level, that ensures longevity and a fresh pleasantness. Finish of rhubarb root and blackcurrant liqueur.
Organic EVO oil made from Frantoio, Leccino and Rasara olives. A higher category extra virgin olive oil, cold pressed directly from olives, exclusively through mechanical processes. It is characterized by a light fruity taste, with flavors that recall field herbs, a finish of thistle and green almond, and a spicy and persistent aftertaste.
We wanted to bring this wine variety back to its origins, as we fully believed in its potential. Thanks to a graft performed with new viticulture techniques, and renewed planting patterns and high-quality enological practices, a truly out of the ordinary Prosecco was born.
Have you ever wondered why Prosecco wines are all so similar to one another?
We had grown weary of always tasting the same Prosecco notes, all similar to each other. Thus, we decided to create La Pria, with the aim of “inventing” an unprecedented harmony for a wine that is so important for our tradition.
To do so, we began with the characteristics of our terroir, a plot of land located south of Vicenza, on the Berici Hills. Thanks to its remarkable mineral composition, it is able to convey that strong character that sets our Prosecco apart from others, in a clear and unmistakable way.
Our trademark? It is the slightly bitter aftertaste, coupled with a pleasant sapidity that reaches the palate like a sudden intuition.
Alonte, on the Berici Hills south of Vicenza, is located in a territory where the hilly elevations, on mainly calcareous rocks, were formed from an ancient sea and emerged due to volcanic activities. Thin soils, a fine texture, a limited coarse gravel near the surface, with a common depth and good drainage.
The Berici Hills, and in particular the southern area of Alonte, provide one of the most interesting crus for the wine varieties of the whole area. The medium-mass soils are rich in clays and limestones from an ancient sea’s fossil deposit, with a presence of volcanic material.
This is a virtuous mix that enriches the mineral component and facilitates the production of particularly fine wines thanks to the limestone component, and a good body thanks to the basalt clay component.
The La Pria Prosecco has obtained a certification as an organic wine, as shown by the green leaf label, the European symbol for organic products. An organic viticulturist must work by showing the utmost respect for the living organisms that exist in nature, and manage the complex balance among plants, microorganisms and insects of the ecosystem.
This philosophy implies that our interventions in the vineyards are reduced to a minimum, and only involve fungicidal treatments with copper sulphates and sulfur.
“Doing things organically” requires commitment and dedication. It takes more labor, but the result is unique: every filter between nature and finished product ceases to be. Our company has always operated according to this approach.
We have also obtained the strict “Biodiversity Friend ” certification for the protection of air, water and land. This is another proof of our environmental sensitivity, with the aim of minimizing the impact of our production processes on the environment.
We are partners of FIVI, the Italian Federation of independent Winemakers. FIVI is a federation whose exclusive partners are winemaking enterprises that directly manage all their operations, up to and including directly marketing their products.