26° Primo is a Valdobbiadene Docg that comes from selected grapes from the company’s historic vineyards, 4 hectares of steep slopes, located between 170 and 350 meters above sea level, in the heart of the Rive di Col San Martino appellation.
Colour: Marked straw yellow color, bright and crystalline. The perlage is energetic and dense, the foam is creamy.
Aroma: The aromas are intense, hawthorn blossom and citrus, apple and peach.
Palate: With a well-defined taste, it stands out for its balanced sapidity and fruity references of uncommon finesse, qualities drawn from particularly suitable soils and exposures. Versatile across the board, ideal accompaniment to demanding aperitifs and buffets with very varied proposals, from cheeses to cured meats, raw or fried fish and traditional cuisine. It is recommended to serve at 6-8°C.
Grape Varieties: 100% Glera
Awards: 90pts – James Suckling; 88pts -Wine Enthusiast; 93pts – Vinous; Gold – Gilbert & Gaillard 2020; Gold – Frankfurt International Trophy 2021; Silver – The Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championships 2021; Silver – Decanter Wine Awards 2021
History of Andreola
The work of man modifies the territory, transforming the shape and the rhythm. Since 1984, the year in which Nazzareno Pola founded the family estate in the heart of the zone of production of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, Andreola has been an active part in this transformation.
The Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore of Andreola is distinguished by its elegance, an aspect to which the estate has paid increasingly greater attention not only in its wine but also in its image and comunications since 2009: the year which saw the launching of the DOCG line in a personalised bottle together with the new design of the estate’s trademark.
The whole philosophy of Andreola’s production is directed to the maximum respect and the highest expression of those principal characteristics which have made Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore a spumante of success appreciated all over the world, such that it is capable of exporting a very personal style of drinking sparkling wine, both informal yet refined.