Heir to the very best wine producing venetian tradition, Prosecco Pirani comes alive thanks to the Glera wine variety. A product studied in detail at the production level and in the organloptic profile.

Prosecco Pirani line of Bubbly makes available today the Prosecco D.O.C.G. Valdobbiadene Extra Dry, the Prosecco D.O.C. Extra Dry, the Prosecco D.O.C. Brut, the Prosecco D.O.C. Millesimato, the Prosecco D.O.C. Rosé Millesimato as well as a Spumante Cuvée Rosé Extra Dry

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La Glera: a guarantee of quality.

A white berry grape variety, that has hazel shoots and generates big, long bunches of golden grapes. It is dedicated mainly to Spumanti Vinification, a synonym of quality for each of our products.


Pirani prosecco is made using the Charmat method. This method produces wine with a fresh and gentle taste with the effervescent composition typical of Prosecco. The last phase is a secondary fermentation and is completed directly in the bottles, so that the wine once bottled is ready to be tasted.


A blend of yeasts and sugar is added to the wine, the mixture is then transferred to a steel autoclave and kept at a controlled temperature and pressure.


The wines fermentation is completed in an autoclave for a period of time lasting between one and six months.


A blend of wine and sugar is added to the filtered wine before being bottled.


A blend of wine and sugar is added to the filtered wine before being bottled.

A product always growing in demand.

According to ISMEA statistics, the prosecco consumption in 2017 increased by 20% in Italy and 6% worldwide. Sales increased by 2.8% to 2.4 billion euros in 2018, without doubt the year of “bubbly”. Undoubtedly, the growth of prosecco is destined to continue in an upward trajectory in the coming years.


Piazza Stradivari, 12 – 26100 Cremona (CR) Italy
Headquarters Prosecco Pirani: 31015 Conegliano (TV) Italy
Tel. 0372 31.8.31 | Fax 0372 31.8.35