Five centuries of history and 21 generations of a family and its love for the land and the wine that it yields.
The “DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene” designated territory is the original home of Prosecco Superiore, and the area most closely associated with its production over the centuries.
A landscape whose generosity is only matched by the difficulty of tending its rocky slopes: vineyards cling to precipitous hillsides, meaning that – even with today’s technology – each phase of cultivation and harvesting has to be carried out exclusively by hand.
The privileged position of these hills, nestling between the Adriatic Sea and the Dolomites, ensures a unique combination of microclimatic conditions, with constant breezes and an ideal temperature range and levels of sun. It is here, on these steep slopes, that the Glera grape is most at home, which in turn means a harvest and a final product that is recognized over the world for its quality.
“Bel Star” is a term meaning a good place to stay in the local dialect.
Belstar belongs to the Bisol family, located in the heart of the Prosecco production area. Belstar wines belong to the Prosecco DOC category, which is one of the fastest growing.
It is a prosecco with a bottle of special aesthetics that makes it attractive for service by the bottle and a very good price / quality ratio that makes it attractive for service by the glass.