Adami, Garbel Prosecco Treviso Brut NVRegular price $17.00 Save $-17.00
Prosecco doesn’t often get the glory of a deserving story, though the Adami family would be remiss if theirs wasn’t shared. In the steep hillsides of the Valdobbiadene in Treviso, farmers have been using Glera for dry white wines since the Middle Ages, and often exporting them. This area is ideal with its verdant Dolomite slopes and excellent sun exposure. The Adami family is now onto their third generation, though Abel Adami of the first generation had the intriguing idea to separate his vineyard from the others. It was the first vineyard selection from Valdobbiadene. Today, the family exercises their commitment to quality while exporting and increasing modernization to the winery.
This Prosecco from Treviso is inspired by its own name, “Garbèl,” which is just a local dialect for the sensation when one experiences something satisfyingly fresh and light. This Prosecco is just that, a more approachable, and less serious expression of Prosecco. To indicate the vines are sourced from the plains versus hillsides, the label is situated on the bottle horizontally. (Their other labels have a vertical orientation.)