Casa Belfi Colfondo Prosecco

Synopsis, Our Opinion: Distinctive Prosecco that’s an excellent value.

Producer/Winery: Albino Armani & Maurizio Donadi; Casa Belfi; San Polo di Piave, Italy.

Grape Variety: Glera.

Geographic Appellation: Prosecco Colfondo; Treviso, Veneto, Italy

Vintage: NV

Price: $17.10 (with a 10% mixed case discount)

Purchased From: The Caviste Wine Shop; Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Paired With: Ham, Swiss cheese, mushroom and green bean quiche, Vicky’s homemade Wood Ranch peanut slaw and raspberries & blueberries for dessert.


    He said: Chilled before drinking. Slightly cloudy, light wheat straw color. Strong yeasty aroma with hints of peach blossoms and spring bulbs in bloom. Smooth light effervescent mouth-feel; spirited fresh baked bread and just picked Kieffer pear flavors, very dry and quite yeasty on the finish that precedes a very long dry aftertaste. Very pleasant with the quiche, excellent with the fruit desert and good sipping alone. This is dramatically different from run-of-the-mill mass produced “Charmat” Prosecco and it gets two thumbs up from me. Distinctive Prosecco that’s an excellent value.

    She said: Light golden color, clear on the first pour cloudy thereafter. Pleasant yeasty nose fades on the palate with a medium body with a smooth, dry mouth-feel that was unique to most Prosecco we have had in the past. The finish was long and had a slight hint of yeast as it ended. It was delicious with the ham and Swiss cheese in the quiche and I would choose it again in a heartbeat. Wonderful “Col Fondo” Prosecco that I highly recommend..

Harvesting grapes in the Albino Armani vineyard
Photo from Albino Armani.
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Alcohol Content: 10.5%

Closure: Bottle cap.

UPC Code: 8 022592 153003

Imported by: Piedmont Wine Imports; Durham, North Carolina.