An evening of fine Prosecco led by the Bisol team took place at one of London’s most famous nightspots Quaglino’s this week to celebrate the re-branding of this well loved and famous brand. Bisol is synonymous with Prosecco which a fine historical presence in the worldwide famous sparkling wine region of Italy with roots dating back to 1542. Today Prosecco is a highly popular drink globally and especially in the UK where it challenges regularly the sales figures of Champagne – Bisol and their labels concentrates on the finer regions of Prosecco with grapes produced mostly from the superior Valdobbiadene area (DOCG wine).
The party to share the love of Bisol and its new logo and branding took place this week at Quaglino’s, a brasserie-style restaurant in the heart of London’s St.James – The place was dedicated to Bisol Prosecco and as you walked down the famous steps to the bar area you were greeted with trays of fizz. The theme was a touch of green that many adhered to and flooded the party photo booth with in order to grab some memorable photos from the evening.
Bisol has a total of 115 hectares of that it owns / part owns and manages that are spread across the DOCG area to include wonderfully set vineyards in the steep hills of the Valdobbiadene up to ownership of land within the famous Cartizze zone where they have quite a magnificently set stone table to enjoy a glass of their fine Prosecco from whilst overlooking some of the most impressive regional views. Bisol is a brand under the Lunelli Family who also own the famous Trento sparkling wine label of Ferrari – Gianluca Bisol is the current President of Bisol.
Main photo: Gianluca Bisol & Matteo Lunelli