Col Vetoraz

+39.0423.975291 Strada delle Treziese, 1
S. Stefano di Valdobbiadene (TV), 31040
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Col Vetoraz lays on the very top of the homonymous hill next to the "Mont" of Cartizze in S. Stefano di Valdobbiadene. We are on one of the highest spots in Cartizze, 400 metres above sea level, from where the sight can recognize the entire area, the hamlet "Fol" on the east side and the hamlet "Sacol" on the west side. Miotto Family settled down in Col Vetoraz in 1838 and started growing Prosecco and Cartizze grapes. In 1993 Francesco, a direct descendant of Miotto family, together with Paolo De Bortoli and myself established the current Col Vetoraz, creating a heterogeneous and stimulating workgroup. In these last years the growth in experience of Col Vetoraz has been renowned and we think we have reached a good starting point in order to contribute to the identification and qualification of our wonderful land. – Description from Giorgio

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  • Prosecco

    History of the grape: References to a lightly sparkling wine in the Veneto date back to the 1100s, but it was much sw...

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  • This weekend I was asked by a friend to help pour wine in his shop. Located ... Zwei Dry Riesling $16 Col Vetoraz Prosecco $15 What was a bit curious though was not the del;action of wines here, though in all honesty I am impressed with the selection which offers this stores clients a fabulous selection of great and interesting wines, along wi... Read More

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  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry NV


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  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Brut Veneto 2010


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  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry NV


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  • Probably driven by our large contingent of Italian Migrants living in Adelaide, we are seeing a significant increase in the Italian Sparkling Dry White - ProseccoI have found it a rather refreshing change from the Local and French Bubbles mainly available here.Does anyone have a view on Prosecco and any really good ones worth keeping an eye out for Read More

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  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry NV


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  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry NV


    Hyper crisp & bone dry, this is a value sparkler with creamy peach and grassy contours. After just a little air, you'll find a distant hit of banana on the nose. Read More

    Wine review by Carly Wray

  • Vetoraz Valdobbiadene Dry Prosecco DOC 2008


    Interesting wine, especially if tasted with the right wood.Here is a place where I founded such interesting wine and food: Read More

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  • Happened upon this website yesterday.I've found that I'm hard-pressed to find other mid-twenty-year-olds enthusiastic about experiencing different wines, so I thought I'd reach out a bit here and ask you, my fellow professed wine lovers:A summer sunset on the patio (as will be me this evening): just you, a glass of wine, and a good book--what es... Read More

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  • Col Vetoraz Prosecco Millesimato Extra Dry NV


    Light nose of peach. Softly sweet, medium acidity, a soft and approachable sparkler. Clearly inexpensive, can tell on the short finish, but nice. Read More

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