Prosecco is one of Italy's most-loved symbols around the world for its fresh and immediate personality, moderate alcohol content, versatility and exceptional value for money, which is unrivalled worldwide. Its origins date back to the 17th century and are found in the municipality of the same name near Trieste, the cradle of the white grape variety called Glera. But it is in the Veneto area, in the province of Treviso, that it has reached its best and most famous expressions, in areas now protected by specific titles, among which the most important is that of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, which also includes the renowned Cartizze hill. It is especially appreciated in the sparkling version and offered on the market in different dosages, of which Extra Dry remains the most classic. Each glass encapsulates all the freshness of the Veneto hills, capable of bringing liveliness to moments of celebration, dinners and aperitifs, and confirming its status as important Italian excellence that has captured the attention of the whole world.