Grape: Glera 90%, Bianchetta 5%, Perera 5%
Yearly production: 1000 bottles.
Colour: Gold-yellow with green highlights.
Aroma: Delicate aromas of white peach and brioche.
Taste: Dry, light-bodied with fresh, elegant, and persistent finish.
Behind the label: The name "Col Fondo" means "with deposits", which are the residual yeas from the bottle fermentation. This style of prosecco is the one traditionally drunk by the locals.
Producer: Riva Caselle 16, read the winemaker interview here.