Sunday Times Wine Club Vintage Festival,
At its best Prosecco enchants with its tongue-tingling light fizz and delicate flavours. They don’t make them any finer than Gold medal Ca’ Bolani. Oozing northern Italian chic, it is gently effervescent, aromatic and never fails to raise a smile.
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Beyond the Label
Lively, fresh and balanced citrus and apple notes, a hint of almond
Prosecco is as Italian as gelato, enjoyed in some circles on a daily basis! The best are the delicious, handcrafted versions from artisan producers like the Zonin family, winemakers since 1821. Ca’ Bolani is one of the most stylish Proseccos you’ll ever taste. It’s made entirely from their premium estate grown grapes in Friuli, Italy’s top white wine region. To guarantee quality, they keep every aspect of production ‘in house’ – an approach that pays off with top awards. This release of this won Gran Menzione at Vinitaly and a Gold from the Mundus Vini competition. Winemaker Marco Rabino favours the frizzante style – a gentle mousse rather than the full fizz of Champagne, it’s light, zippy and refreshing with crisp pear and citrus flavours.
"Gorgeous Prosecco. Tiny bubbles make it feel like velvet in your mouth. Perfect easy drinking"
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