Category: Vigna La Rivetta

“This is a Prosecco of great elegance and harmony!” Forbes features Villa Sandi Vigna La Rivetta

We couldn’t have been more thrilled to see Villa Sandi’s Prosecco Cartizze DOCG Vigna La Rivetta featured this week in veteran Italian wine writer Tom Hyland’s piece on “Italy’s Best Sparkling Wines.” Here’s what he had to say about Vigna La Rivetta: “[This] wine is sourced from one of the highest locations of the Cartizze hill and the 2016 version is extremely refined with … Read More “This is a Prosecco of great elegance and harmony!” Forbes features Villa Sandi Vigna La Rivetta

High praise for Vigna La Rivetta from an unlikely source: The Piedmont Post

Not a lot of people beyond the affluent Bay Area suburb of Piedmont, California are familiar with the Piedmont Post. It’s a print-only journal devoted to life and lifestyle in one of northern California’s most exclusive neighborhoods. Because of the town’s proximity to (and love of) California wine country, the paper’s “Wine Corner” column is one of the state’s most prestigious wine review resources. … Read More High praise for Vigna La Rivetta from an unlikely source: The Piedmont Post

A wonderful article on Cartizze and tasting note from Seven Fifty Daily, a leading American wine blog

Seven Fifty Daily has rapidly become one of the most widely read and influential blogs in the wine world today. The caliber of the writing and reporting — across the board — is superb. We were thrilled to see this excellent feature article on Cartizze, including an interview with Villa Sandi winemaker Stefano Gava and the following tasting note for Villa Sandi’s single-vineyard designate … Read More A wonderful article on Cartizze and tasting note from Seven Fifty Daily, a leading American wine blog

Cartizze and Villa Sandi’s Vigna La Rivetta seen from the air

Every year at Vinitaly, the Italian wine world’s annual trade fair in Verona, Villa Sandi organizes helicopter tours of Valdobbiadene and Cartizze via the estate’s dedicated helicopter. Select guests (mostly clients and top wine writers) are invited to board the helicopter just outside the fair grounds at Vinitaly’s official heliport. They then fly roughly 10 minutes from Verona to Valdobbiadene where they are given … Read More Cartizze and Villa Sandi’s Vigna La Rivetta seen from the air