Bisol Prosecco Crede
The grapes that go into Crede enjoy an ideal habitat in the clay-laden earth with a subsoil of marine sandstone, known as "crede", that is common in this part of the countryside. This type of terrain is particularly beneficial to the grapes, preventing undue stress from aridity during critical periods, while enriching the grapes with noble acids, varietal aromas and fruitiness.
- James Suckling 92 - "A fresh and bright sparkling wine with lemons and sliced green apples. Medium body and a lovely beaded texture from the bubbles. Creamy. Fresh finish. "
- Wine Enthusiast 90 - "Wild flower, ripe orchard fruit and a whiff of aromatic herb are some of the scents you'll find on this. The foaming linear palate doles out apple, pear, lime and a hint of lemon drop alongside fresh acidity and a soft mousse. "