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Quality Without Compromise

In business there are always temptations to speed things along to get more product to the market faster and cheaper. But at Follador we will never cut corners. This is why we call it Quality without compromise. We will not compromise the 24 hours we allow for the must and skins of our grapes to intermingle with the juice. These Glera grapes came from the best vineyards in the area and Read More...

Doing our Part to Help Fight ALS and Cancer

In the eleventh edition of the Vialli e Mauro Golf Cup Pro-Am, the foundation raised 150,000 Euro to help fund research to find cures and create therapies for people fighting Cancer or ALS (Lou Gherig’s Disease). Follador was proud to be the Official Prosecco for the event, which brings together soccer stars old and new, entrepreneurs, VIPs, and people from show business to challenge one Read More...

#FolladorAt5 Instagram Competition’s First Winner

Our first Instagram photo contest winner is Alex Down who captured the funny shot of a Follador fan gnawing the cork out of a bottle of our prosecco.He wins a Magnum of Follador for showing us just how he and his friends dig into their Prosecco promptly at 5 o’clock. For your chance to win a magnum hashtag #FolladorAt5 with your favorite photo of our wine.We will be selecting a winner every Read More...

Follador Wins Gold Medal in Canada

Follador Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G. 2013 is proudly awarded a Gold medal at the 2014 Selections Mondiales Des Vins in Canada. This is one of the most important wine competitions in North America and this year more than 1,700 wines entered the notoriously rigorous competition. Follador’s 2013 Extra Dry Millesimato was among 35 Italian wines to achieve the level of gold and the Read More...

Our Cuvée from the eldest vineyard

The vineyard area where our Superiore D.O.C.G. Cuvée Torri di Credazzo exclusively comes from has a history that dates back to the 9th Century when Credazzo castle in Treviso played a vital defence role against the Hungarian invasion. The castle and buildings around it formed an authentic curia known as Villa Credacii and was at the heart of a significant feudal system where staff, servants Read More...

Follador at Golfing Pro-Am Gianluca Vialli & Mauro

This June the 2nd Follador will be the official Prosecco of the Pro-Am Golf tournament to benefit the Gianluca Vialli and Mauro foundation for the fight against Lou Gherig’s Disease. It will be held at the Royal Park I Rovieri in Torino and feature exceptional golfers along side soccer stars and other luminaries who may not be professional golfers, but will certainly bring their best game Read More...

Vino in Villa 2014

  Follador Prosecco is proud to be part of the annual Vino in Villa event held on the 18th May by the Consorzio of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco. Every May on the third weekend of the month journalists, trade, and consumers are invited to visit our production area where one hundred producers of the areas best Proseccos will come together to present and promote our Read More...

Follador on Pinterest

Pin Your Favorite Prosecco on Pinterest! If you are looking for Prosecco inspiration, our Pinterest page has a number of reasons to pop a cork. From the history of our winemaking, to the story of our family, to the elegance of the Italian style of living you can find it all here. It is the place to keep up on all of our events, trade show appearances, art openings at the National Gallery in Read More...

Follador Wins in Prosecco Masters Competition

Follador earned medals in two categories of The Drinks Business’ first competition highlighting Prosecco. Our Valdobbiadene Superiore Extra Dry Millesimato took silver in the D.O.C.G. competition and our Prosecco Treviso Brut won Bronze in the D.O.C. category. The Drinks Business is an international print and on-line publication which highlights “masters” in various categories of wine Read More...

1769, when Follador history began

In 1769 the first woman circumnavigated the globe, California was settled by the Spanish, the first Shakespeare festival happened in Stratford-upon-Avon, and the Republic of Venice was at the apex of its cultural influence. Beethoven toured the area that year, the same year that the Doge of Venice recognized Giovanni Follador with the Wine Quality Award.  Doge Alvise IV Mocenigo saw the Read More...