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Located in the heart of the Prosecco area, the family history of Bisol can be traced back to the 16th century. The Bisol family initially oriented toward the production of grapes, when Eliseo, born in 1855, took charge. He was the first to vinify his own grapes and, once the capacity of the winery had been expanded, he began selling his wines outside the Valdobbiadene. Eliseo Bisol passed away in 1923, leaving what remained to his son Desiderio who, in the 1930s, began to plant new vineyards and reorganize the estate. Bisol is one of the very few houses that integrate the entire production process, ensuring quality in every phase, from the selection of the terrain, to growing and hand picking the grapes in vineyards on steep slopes, to the bottling of the wine. The Bisol family is fortunate to own no fewer than 50 hectares of DOC vineyards, including three of the 106 hectares in the Cartizze zone, the highest vineyards in the region, where land is reputedly worth $1,5 million per hectare.