The Nino Franco winery was founded in Valdobbiadene, a small town in the Treviso area protected by the gentle hills of the Veneto region, shaped by the numerous vineyards of the Glera grape, traditionally known as Prosecco. A history made up of three generations of winegrowers bound by a deep passion for the vineyard and its fruits, but also marked by the same enormous desire to continuously experiment and create refined products. Typicality and excellence these are the elements that have always characterised the Nino Franco winery, which today has become a promoter and supporter of the potential of Prosecco and its territory, the latter rightly a candidate for inclusion in the Unesco World Heritage List. The vineyards are almost all in the heart of the Valdobbiadene area, with the exception of a few plots located in the Cartizze zone, a precious hill a cru, as the French would say, from which an excellent Prosecco is made. Between the rows of vines, the plants are raised in full respect of the environment and the ecosystem, with the aim of harvesting forthright, fragrant and aromatic grapes, as only those of glera know how to be. Bunches, rich in varietal and primary aromas, arrive in the winery to be processed and interpreted, always keeping one fundamental objective in mind: to enhance fruit freshness and accentuate all those individual nuances deriving from varietal and terroir. The method used to sparkle the grapes, of course, is the so-called Charmat-Martinotti method, which compared to the Metodo Classico tends to emphasise the immediacy and fragrance of the fruit, a typical characteristic of the youngest bubbles, such as Prosecco itself. With over a million bottles churned out annually, the Nino Franco winery is a company that comes up with different products, each with its own character and personality. From Brut Superiore to Dry, from Cartizze to Valdobbiadene, passing through Rustico and Rosé Faìve, they are all Nino Franco Proseccos, embodying the best essence of the world's most famous Italian bubbles.