Figlio della Roccia



Colour: straw with reflections of jade green.

Perlage: very fine, smooth and persistent.

Bouquet: has a characteristic and typical aromatic tone. Immediate is the impact of the floral expression of hawthorn, wisteria, white rose, pear and acacia flowers as well as of the fruity, component ranging from green apple to peach. The presence of the very pleasant, unintrusive and lasting minerality deriving from peculiarity of the territory enriches the aromatic balance and is essential to the personality of this sparkling wine. A sharp spicy sensation of thyme accentuates its complexity.

Taste: dry, pleasant and fresh, the right balance of acidity and sweetness. The mineral component significantly improves the structure of this sparkling wine, making it harmonious, savoury and highly persistent. The highly pleasing after-taste deriving from the fruity component with hints of citrus, initially perceived in the bouquet, slowly and enjoyably expands into an elegant and refined sensory pleasure.

Ideal serving temperature: 6 C°

Food pairings: this sparkling wine, ideal as an aperitif, goes well with first courses in general and is excellent with seafood risottos.


Datasalcohol % vol. 12
                sugar g/l 7
                extract g/l 18
                total acidity g/l 5.5


Oenological objective: obtaining an Asolo Prosecco Superiore DOCG sparkling wine with a strong character and distinct personality, starting from a very difficult viticulture, with a high hill with steep slopes characterized by well exposed soils and with a manual grape harvesting.


Viticolture: biological.


Terroir: located in Asolo (TV), in the high hills. It is characterized by a strong rocky matrix of conglomerate, with some marly-calcareous rock banks. The calcareous matrix on the ground is pronounced, which is not very well endowed with organic substance but it is very draining due to the steep slope and the low percentage of clay. The almost outcropping conglomerate significantly conditions the vine to deepen the root system for the retrieval of water and vital elements, a constriction that will be significant in bringing to the wine aromas and decisive sapidity.


Placement: ridge protrusions with rows coltivated using deep furrows.


Altitude: hill from 200 to 300 meters above the sea level.


Exposure: well exposed vineyards on the steep slope east side and excellent ventilation.


Climate: typical of temperate air with excellent temperature ranges and continuous gentle breeze, hot summers but never muggy, rainfall distributed with about 900/1200 mm per year.


Grape variety: glera in varietal and polyclonal purity.


Vine breeding: upside down.


Planting density: 3800 vines per ha.


Land management: total grassing over and manual mowing of both escarpments and under rows.


Growing activities: all manual, seeds sprout and grow, shoot pruning and topping, conveying of the snatches and flocking.


Harvest: first decade of September, hand harvesting of the grapes and collection in crates.


Vinification: in white or with short cryo-maceration in relation to the climatic trend of the year. Use of selected yeasts and fermentation at a temperature of 17 ° C.


Storage: in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks at a temperature of 10 ° C.


Secondary fermentation: with Martinotti / Charmat autoclave system, refermentation at 15 C ° for a duration of 60 days.


Packing and storage: in thermo conditioned warehouses.

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