The Folladors are a family passionate about their wine-making heritage. Neither stuck in the past nor daunted by modernity, they have quietly gone about marrying traditional vineyard cultivation with the latest production techniques to create wines that are highly respected among their peers. Follador's Prestige Line include 4 D.O.C.G.s Valdobbiadene Superiore Millesimati in the Brut, Extra Dry, Cartizze and the Cru Torri di Credazzo's categories.

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VALDOBBIADENE D.O.C.G.
Prestige Sparkling Wines

VALDOBBIADENE D.O.C.G.<br>Prestige Sparkling Wines
Follador's Classic Line is the direct result of high-quality vineyards, traditional techniques and a family heritage of wine-making reverence. The line comprises a range of historic Prosecco Sparkling wines in the Brut, Extra Dry and Dry categories. Now denominated in the D.O.C. Treviso. Further blends are available in the Joani and Cuvée Rosé Brut.

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PROSECCO D.O.C. TREVISO
Sparkling Wines Classic

PROSECCO D.O.C. TREVISO<br>Sparkling Wines Classic
Quality, passion and tradition combined bring you Follador's semi-sparkling line of wines. Historically, these are some of the first sparkling wine from Italian soil and include the Prosecco D.O.C. Treviso in the Spago, Aeris and Renana versions, along with other variety like Vita Rosa.

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PROSECCO D.O.C. TREVISO
Semi-Sparkling Wines

PROSECCO D.O.C. TREVISO<br>Semi-Sparkling Wines
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A BUSINESS SINCE 1769…

Since 1769 when Giovanni Follador received the Wine Quality Award from the Doge of Venice, the Follador family has humbly followed their passion, setting the standard for Italian wines made with great care and devotion. Gianfranco Follador, Giovanni’s descendant, has been responsible for the winery’s change in direction toward sparkling wines.

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Latest News

FOLLADOR 2018: AWARDS

Our Brut Nature Millesimato Pas Dosé DOCG achieved the excellent score 91 and is therefore returning to the list of the best Italian wines in the 5 Star Wines book

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Follador participates in the success of the 75th Italian Open

The final of the 75th Italian Open golf tournament was was followed by an audience of 9,300 spectators, a great success with a sharp increase in the presence of foreign sports fans.

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Follador at the National Gallery with Monet

At the National Gallery in London, people raised a glass of Follador for the inauguration of “Monet & Architecture.” The exhibit will remain open to the public until July 29th.

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OUR “TERROIR”

Within reach of the romance and intrigue of historic Venice, the Veneto region of Northeast Italy oozes charm and boasts the ideal Prosecco “Terroir”. For centuries is has been and continues to be the locale for growing the Prosecco wine. Not only well-respected by wine-makers as the historic home of Prosecco wine.

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