The term “terroir” refers to the specific natural environment and conditions that give a wine its unique character and flavor, originating from the French language. This includes soil type, climate, topography, and grape variety. The concept of terroir is essential in wine production as it helps to explain why two wines made from the same grape variety can taste differently depending on where they were grown.
What is the concept of terroir in wine production?
Founder - Prosecco Ventures at Prosecco.com
Join Michael Goldstein, founder of Prosecco Ventures, in making Bella Principessa more than just bubbles in a bottle and the world's most celebrated Prosecco brand. If you're a potential partner with innovative ideas for achieving great things together, please get in touch.