Well of Wine Vino Bianco Frizzante is extra dry, the most traditional version of sparkling wines such as Glera and the later Prosecco. This fresh and elegant wine is made from organically grown Glera grapes. The wine has a rich, fruity aroma full of apple and pear and a hint of citrus that flows into an undertone of white flowers. This Frizzante is perfect as an aperitif if you have something to celebrate or for drinks.
The Prosecco from the Well of Wine series comes from the northern Italian region of Veneto, where all Prosecco comes from. This wine is made in collaboration with a very renowned Prosecco house. Made from only organic grapes, fresh effervescent of the Frizzante type and equipped with a convenient clasp closure. The wine is Vegan and has 11% alcohol, it is therefore very easily digestible.
Wine has played an important role in our social lives for centuries. A story, a gathering, a dinner, a love.... All these events are often accompanied by fine wines. Well of Wine offers a series of wines, each made from one grape variety, also known as a "monocépage. The back label therefore depicts the hand of the winemaker, holding grapes. Well of Wine wines are accessible and sustainably produced, using the most contemporary winemaking techniques. Wines for everyone; layman and connoisseur.
A chardonnay, beautifully pale yellow in color with aromas of ripe white and yellow fruit, elegantly underpinned with brief wood contact, giving the wine extra depth. The viognier is lovely, elegant with fine floral notes and a hint of ripe apricot, mouth-filling, mineral and optimal in terms of value for money. The invigorating sauvignon blanc is finely berry and freshly dry. The pale colored rosé effortlessly sweeps many a much more expensive peer. There is also a red wine made from 100% merlot grapes, beautifully dark red with fine aromas of ripe red fruit and a touch of earthiness which makes it soft and accessible.
All assemblages, from different parcels, we make ourselves in consultation with two oenologists. Bottling takes place under ISO standard 9002.
Nico McGough & Hans Dijkstra.