Bisol is a family of grape growers and wine producers since 1542, in Valdobbiadene: a tiny beautiful village, at the foothills of the Alps but only 60km away from the city of Venice, in the North East of Italy. This area is famous for a traditional white grape variety: Prosecco, normally used to make a fruity, light, elegant sparkling wine, easy drinking and refreshing: the classic Italian Apertif wine. Bisol has the reputation of being one of the oldest and finest producers of Sparkling Prosecco and the family’s main focus.