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Canaletto: Venice’s world famous painter on the world stage

At the conclusion of the National Gallery of London’s Delacroix exhibition, Follador served as the official supplier of Prosecco for yet another great artistic event. And it is at times like this we are reminded of what an honor it is to be featured at this great British museum with its rich permanent exhibition which contains works from all over the world. Among these are several paintings Read More...

Follador remain committed to environmental sustainability

The Prosecco Superior DOCG extends into the upper Marca Trevigiana, which is just over an hour’s drive from Venice nestled into the picturesque, rolling hills between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. The landscape is an uninterrupted succession of vineyards, which begs the question: what is the environmental impact of such intensive viticulture? As it turns out, producers here are very Read More...

Follador and DOCG Prosecco: the oneness identification

It’s now been seven years since Prosecco was officially placed under the protection of Denomination of Protected Origin program at both the community and international level. This move, made in August of 2009, came exactly 40 years after the area was awarded the Denomination of Controlled Origin, dating back to 1969. Often it refers to the "discipline" of DOCG wines, but not everyone knows Read More...

Valdobbiadene and Conegliano announced as candidates for Unesco

At Vinitaly this year it was officially announced that Valdobbiadene and Conegliano are being considered for inclusion in UNESCO’s World Heritage program. At a news conference, the document written by an ad hoc technical and scientific committee was shown, listing the many reasons they’re considering this area. The April 11th news conference was attended by a number of local authorities Read More...

The importance of innovation

Italian President Sergio Mattarella, during his speech at the inauguration ceremony of Vinitaly, stressed "the ability to drive innovation has underscored the journey of Italian wine producers." A few days before Vinitaly, the Sole 24 Ore data published its regular annual survey of Mediobanca on the wine industry. It’s clear that the growing success of the wine sector is due not only to the Read More...

Welcome Spring with Follador Prosecco

Returns ‘La Primavera del Prosecco’ (‘The Spring of Prosecco’) where wine cellars are working in synergy with one another, with restaurant owners, and with hotelliers to promote wine tourism throughout the territories of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano. An important honor was bestowed upon the area in 2016 when it was awarded the title “European city of wine culture.” It was Read More...

Prosecco & The Charmat Method

Brut Prosecco has its very own particular taste and style and there are a host reasons behind this, for example Glera grapes are harvested early to maintain high acid levels and grapes that are destined for sparkling wine production are hand-harvested at higher yields; however a large cause is the method of production known as the Charmat method. Also known as the "Italian Method" this Read More...

#FolladorAt5 Contest

Our #FolladorAt5 Instagram contest was a huge success and we’d like to thank everyone for sending in their original and creative photos. Every month we were delighted to see people all around the world capturing magical moments with Follador. It was a joy to award all of the original photographers who entered and came out on Read More...

Col San Martino, the heart of the Superior Prosecco

About 50 kilometers northwest of Venice you will find in the province of Treviso a little town called Farra di Soligo. Col San Martino is hamlet outside of this town nestled among the gently rolling hills at the foot of the Treviso Alps. This is the heart of the Valdobiadene Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. district where soft breezes and picturesque slopes create the ideal environment for Read More...

#FolladorAt5: The Final Countdown!

This week is the last chance to enter #FolladorAt5 with the opportunity to win a magnum of top Prosecco. Our Instagram competition finishes on Friday, 30th May when the winner will be selected by the Follador Prosecco judges. Over the last month we have published a series of blogs detailing how to get started on Instagram, top tips for taking Instagram pictures and how to post your photos, so Read More...