The splendid hills of Valdobbiadene are the home of Prosecco and many companies that have linked their history to these territories and wines.
At the basis of the company philosophy is the Natural Balance concept, that is, a continuous search for sustainable agriculture from an economic, environmental and social point of view.
Strictly hand-picked harvests, reduced use of sulphites, production with proprietary grapes and use of energy from renewable sources are just some of the elements that contribute to outlining this philosophy and that guarantee wines with a strong territorial character.
One of these is Saomì Brut, a prosecco whose name derives from the appellative silhouettes.
The vines from which this prosecco is obtained are lapped by the Teva torrent and form soil particles called "silhouettes".
The stream carries with it clayey debris, giving the soil unique characteristics that can be found in the labels produced.
Freshness and aromaticity are the two most important characteristics of this wine, together with the persistence and very elegant aftertaste.
The classic bottle to start eating during an outdoor summer dinner.