Our Prosecco is made from the Glera grape in combination with a touch of Pinot Nero. Glera is the new official name for prosecco. The name change of this white grape has a long history, but the main purpose is to prevent misuse and confusion. The name 'prosecco' may only be used within appellations in Veneto and Friuli, and no longer exists as a grape. Ama la Vita's Prosecco and Pinot Grigio are made in the vineyards surrounding the magical city of Venice and therefore have the DOC quality mark Delle Venezie. This is a wine region that can be used in the area north of the city of Venice, provided strict quality requirements are met. The location of these vineyards in an area between the sea and the mountains means that they benefit from the mild climate and the sea breeze, and from a favorable condition for the cultivation of vines from which it influences the quality of our wines.
DENOMINAZIONE DI ORGINE CONTROLLATA (DOC) SICILIA
DOC means in Dutch: controlled designation of origin. This strictly controlled quality mark guarantees the quality of the wine. This wine legislation includes certain proven wine techniques that guarantee: quality wine (mainly to avoid experiments). The wines also come from a limited area, which means that the grape varieties are original and meet set production requirements. All wines from Ama la Vita have the DOC quality mark.