NV Valdo Prosecco, Demoninazione dorigine Controllata Brut

Bubbles, we’ve got bubbles, we’ve got lots and lots of bubbles. This wine was really enjoyed. I hadn’t ever heard of Valdo, but now I have. I’m really getting turned on to wines from around the world and I feel like Sir Francis Drake. It’s a great adventure to be discovering history.

I was very impressed with the wine. Produced by Valdo Spumanti, Valdobbiadene, Italy.  Just to write it is lesson in Italian. I love language; ergo, I’m all over it. This one’s average is $11.  It’s for everyday, bubbles, and who can’t enjoy bubbles everyday? [Disclaimer:  Holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries, excluded. We’ve all got a favorite or a stash!]

I know you’re going into the weekend, so bring on the fun one! Have light fare and a few bubbles, and get dancing. This would be a fun Saturday afternoon wine. It could be a snuggle in kinda wine…


Valdo, the market leader of the Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG presents the second guide of the series ‘A Taste of Italy’. After the success of “Milan and Surroundings” is the time of the book containing addresses, recipes and insight dedicated to the Veneto, homeland of Valdo …

DISCOVERING THE REGION Valdobbiadene of the VENETO, Italy region [from Italy Heaven]

“Thanks to Venice, its most fabulous jewel, the Veneto is one of Italy’s most popular tourist destinations. But there’s a lot more to the region: art cities, mountains, wine and villas.

The Veneto region (pronounced with the stress on the first syllable) is located in the north-east of Italy, along the Adriatic Sea. It’s bordered by the regions of Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trentino – Alto Adige, Emilia Romagna, Lombardy and a small stretch of Austria in the far north. Although most travelers head straight to Venice, the region also contains other popular tourist destinations, such as Verona, Padua, Vicenza, Lake Garda and the ski resort of Cortina d’Ampezzo…

“The regional capital is Venice (Venezia), and the region is divided into the provinces of Venezia, Padova, Verona, Vicenza, Belluno, Rovigo and Treviso. Around four and a half million inhabitants are spread between the cities, plains, lagoon, hills and mountains.”

WIKI: Valdobbiadene (Italian pronunciation: [valdobˈbjaːdene]) is a town in the province of Treviso, Veneto, Italy. Valdobbiadene is a wine growing area. Just below the Alpine areas of Veneto, it provides a climate for cool varieties of grape. This area is the home of Prosecco Conegliano Valdobbiadene, a dry sparkling white wine. Prosecco brands that derive from this area include Altaneve.

Province: Province of Treviso ~ Here’s a fun one.

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