Sparkling Italian Wines from Conegliano Valdobbiadene, Wine Folly's 10th Region Guide
November 15th, 2022
SEATTLE, Nov 15th, 2022 - Wine Folly, the leading digital wine education platform, has announced the launch of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Wine Region Guide, the first comprehensive digital guide to Prosecco Superiore. Valdobbiadene ("Val-doh-bee-ahhh-deh-nay") is the heartland of Prosecco. The small, 25 km wide jewel is Italy's crown of sparkling wine. If you’re looking for an intense-yet-refined aromatic bubbly, this is the place.
This is Wine Folly's 10th wine region guide and features over 190 wineries making Prosecco Superiore in Conegliano Valdobbiadene. All participating wineries are now directly benefiting from Wine Folly’s consumer reach of over 20 million wine consumers globally.
Nearly 4000 wineries have been featured in Wine Folly Wine Region guides this year.
“Wine Folly Wine Region Guides are the best way for consumers to discover new wine regions and wines,” said David Gluzman, CEO of Wine Folly. “Sparkling wine has been made here since the late 1800s, and it keeps getting better and better. Now you can explore the region from your phone anywhere on earth.”
Fun facts about Valdobbiadene
- The hills of Valdobbiadene are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- It's a 40-minute drive from Venice.
- People have been growing grapes here for over 3000 years.
- 100% of the wine made in this DOCG is white.
- 93% of the wine made here is sparkling.
- Glera is the most planted grape and was called “Prosecco” until 2009.
- The area under vine is 21,500 acres (8,172 ha).
- There are over 1600 grape growers in the region.
- Over 7,000 people work in the Prosecco Superiore wine industry.
Explore Prosecco in a brand new way. Explore the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Wine Region Guide from Wine Folly.
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