This Extra Dry Prosecco is 100% Glera (formerly the grape called Prosecco). Given the extra dry level of sugar it is a sweeter style of Prosecco with a fresh and fruity palate, perfect as an aperitif to start the evening (or day at brunch!). Andreoloa was founded in 1984 by Nazareno Pola and his son, Stefano, who runs the company today. They own 28 hectares of vines planted primarily to Glera with smaller amounts of indigenous varietals, Bianchetta, Perera and Verdiso. Their vineyard is planted on the hills of the hamlet, Col San Martino, in the province of Treviso and thus falls under the classification of "mountain" or "heroic" Prosecco, due to the steepness of the terrain (which at certain pitches exceeds 45 degrees) and the heroic efforts it takes to cultivate the vines. Since they only make their wine from their own estate fruit they could be considered a Grower Producer, as is more common in Champagne, and especially rare for Prosecco. The Polas have always farmed their vines sustainably and endeavor to make their wine as naturally as possible, using very low doses of sulphur.