List of products by brand Villa Sandi
Villa Sandi’s long history, tradition and devotion to winemaking not only marks them as an iconic premium Prosecco producer, but their extensive knowledge and expertise has also contributed to the incredible rise of Prosecco over the last decade, allowing this Italian treasure to become one of the most appreciated wines all over the world.
In the north of Venice, at the foot of the hills of Treviso, between the beautiful Prosecco wine country and the vineyards of DOC Montello, lies the spectacular Villa Sandi winery. Famous as much for its top wines as it is for its deep cultural connection to the region, the quality and presence of Villa Sandi’s wines is perfectly embodied in its palatial villa at the heart of its estate. An emblem of the surrounding area, the heavenly white, 17th-century columned neoclassical structure of Villa Sandi is the winery's headquarters, surrounded by a lush green landscape of fertile fields and agricultural excellence.
Adorned with classic pieces of Italian art and sculptures - namely that of famous Venetian sculptor Orazio Marinali - the villa is not just part of Treviso’s cultural heritage, but a successful example of the marriage between art and agriculture that characterised the Venetian landscape of past centuries.
And below their opulent villa, the landscape’s history continues, with several kilometres of underground tunnels from World War I. Once used by the Italian army, they now provide the perfect resting place for ageing wine.
This intriguing ageing location only highlights the strong relationship between man and environment, with prestigious crus like Cuvée grown in Villa Sandi’s strategically laid-out vineyards that take full advantage of the breeze and sunlight of the gently undulating landscape here.
Fresh, subtle and fruity, this is Pinot Grigio at its very best.
An incredibly popular wine, well-known for its refreshing lightness, and for being the perfect accompaniment to a hot summer’s day. Marked by fruity and flowery notes that are reminiscent of the countryside in the summer, this Pinot Grigio has a dry, round and flavoursome taste that’s well-structured with a fruity, warm and well-balanced finish. A subtle, unobtrusive intensity of flavour, that is elegant, mineral and complex. There’s a reason this wine is an ever-popular crowd pleaser, and in the right hands, it can produce a revelation of a wine.
Intensely strong and deep ruby red with bright garnet red glints.
Produced in Villa Sandi Estate, located in the D.O.C.G. area of Montello and Colli Asolani with deep clayey soil rich in subsoil. This Great Red wine is full and complex to the nose with a fruity, flower and spicy fragrance. Hints of blackberry and raspberry jam, mature rose, leather, freshly ploughed earth, pepper and cinnamon. The attack is full and warm. The soft, round tannins can be perceived and together with the robust structure maintain the complex persistent flavour, while the finish is all-encompassing and warm. Book with us today your exclusive Villa Sandi Còrpore Case of six bottles directly from the winery in Italy to your door from the 17th of December. Your only chance to get Còrpore 2014 in the UK
Dark forest fruits character with a classic and savoury Cabernet grip.
Produced from a D.O.C. established in 2010 between Treviso and Venezia, by Villa Sandi. Cabernet Sauvignon is fresh, medium-bodied and supremely digestible. Like the Merlot it is a relative lightweight wine in terms of alcohol at 12.5% - but possibly more appealing as a result.
A perfect gift with three selected sparkle Prosecco bottles for any taste!
A gift box of wines from Villa Sandi, which includes 3 Prosecco DOC. Great taste, straight out of Veneto. The Prosecco DOC Brut "Il Fresco" has a fine, persistent perlage with a fruity, flowery aroma and hints of ripe golden apple and small mountain flowers. The dry, fresh and flavoursome sensation on the palate is followed by a fruity and flavoursome aftertaste. Citrus and melon aromas fill the nose of this Veneto Prosecco with hints of fruit trees and a touch of vanilla. This finish has good length with crisp acidity. The perfect aperitif to accompany savouries, it\'s ideal with steamed shellfish.
A dry, fresh and zesty flavour with a fruity and harmonious aftertaste. Ideal as an aperitif.
A light and bright rose colour with a fine and delicate perlage. A fruity and flowery bouquet with delicate notes of unripe golden apple and small mountain flowers. A dry, fresh and zesty flavour with a fruity and harmonious aftertaste.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% Fresh, fruity and perfect as an aperitif. DOC* Certified.
"Il Fresco" Prosecco Brut has a fine, persistent perlage, and a fruity, flowery aroma with hints of ripe golden apple and small mountain flowers. The dry, fresh and flavoursome sensation on the palate is followed by a fruity aftertaste. Citrus and melon aromas fill the nose with hints of fruit trees and a touch of vanilla. *DOC stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata (Denomination of Controlled Origin). A wine marked DOC is produced in a specific, well-defined region in Italy, according to defined wine making rules that are designed to preserve local traditions.
Ideal for a bit of luxury on the move, or for gifts and picnic bags!
A fine, persistent perlage with a fruity, flowery aroma and hints of ripe golden apple and small mountain flowers. The dry, fresh and flavoursome sensation on the palate is followed by a fruity and flavoursome aftertaste. Citrus and melon aromas fill the nose of this Veneto Prosecco with hints of fruit trees and a touch of vanilla. This finish has good length with crisp acidity.
Intensely fruity aromas and a fresh, markedly fruity taste with an agreeable elegance and harmonious finish. DOCG* Certified.
Very pale straw yellow in colour with a fine, persistent perlage. Fresh and dry, this sparkling wine shows all its pleasantly fruity notes in the galss. Well-balanced tasting and harmonious finish, followed by a sweet floral scents on the palate. DOCG* Certification: This classification denotes the highest quality recognition for Italian wines. In addition to the conditions required for DOC, the wines must be "guaranteed" by passing an analysis and a tasting by government-licensed personnel before being bottled. Also, DOCG rules reduce the allowable yield of grapes to produce the wine, limit specific alcohol levels, and minimum aging requirements.