Probably, it is not easy to tell about a fifteen centuries old drink with several regions working on its production.
First documental reference to Prosecco as a drink is dated 1754. Prosecco winemaking region is the fourth-largest one in Europe.
Bisol family has been living in Cartizze region in the very heart of winemaking area for ages. Their estate Casa Bisol can be found in Ancient maps, and in 1800s Eliseo Bisol left a documental proof of his activity as a winemaker. In 1950 Luigi Bisol opened the Ruggeri winery on Santo-Stefano di Valdobbiadene specializing in making sparkling wines Prosecco Superiore.
Sparkling joy, enclosed in a bottle named Cornegliano-Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG from Ruggeri soon was sold not only in Italy, but reached countries throughout the world and now is in represented in Gourmet Museum De Licateum.
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