Valdo Marca Oro Valdobbiadene Prosecco Brut DOC

Medium straw color; apple, pear, whit flowers on the nose; yellow apple, pear, honeydew melon, citrus on the palate.

Valdo Marca Oro Valdobbiadene Prosecco Brut DOC

Brut—at 12 g/L residual sugar, on the border between brut and extra dry. Vigorous, tiny bubbles on the pour; creamy, fruity sweetness. Light-plus body. Light acidity, Simple, light, fun, very approachable. Entertains the mouth with its bubbles and and soft amiability. Extended length for a prosecco. Good example for the soaring popularity of prosecco in the United States. 11% ABV

Valdo is part of the Bolla Family of wines and is one of the leading makers in Valdobbiadene. Valdobbiadene is a leader in prosecco and sparkling wines in Italy. From the website: “Valdo is the oldest winery of Prosecco in Valdobbiadene, founded in 1926 by the Societa Anonima Vini Superiori and purchased by the Bolla Family in 1938. Over 90 years of continuous innovation with an ongoing quest for quality and devotion to respecting the vineyards & wine-making traditions of the region, has helped to secure Valdo’s position as one of the leading and most trusted Italian wineries specialized in Prosecco and sparkling wines.”

Valdo winery
Valdo vineyard

Valdo places emphasis on controlling the entire production process. They grow the grapes, harvest the grapes, control the vinification, bottling, and packaging. It was a regional maker in the beginning, but began expanding its market in the late 1950s. By 1960, it was sold throughout Italy. By 1990, it found distribution in Europe, the Far East, and then the Americas. Valdo USA was established in 2017 to serve its expanding market in the Americas.

Valdo Marca Oro Valdobbiadene Prosecco Brut DOC is simple and simply delicious sparkler. Versatile, fresh, fun, easily approachable for wine sipping newbies and refreshing and varietally correct for more experienced palates. A fun way to start any party or to complement picnic or time around desk, dock, poolside. Any time you want a cordial, undemanding pick-me-up that will not knock-you-down with its alcohol. Works well as an aperitif. Pair with appetizers and snacks, charcuterie board, cured meats; shellfish; light freshwater fish and seafood; spicy foods; salads and vegetarian fare. Cheese—avoid sweet cheese, works with early flavors; soft, earthy, rich—camembert, brie are classic pairings; parmigiano reggiano; fresh goat cheeses—ricotta de pecora, riccotta; mozzarella, burrata; aged gouda. $15-17

Valdo US website

Valdo harvest
Valdo vineyards
Valdo vineyards
Valdobbiadene region