Lana Prosecco

The grapes were machine harvested and pressed, before the juice was fermented in stainless steel at a cool temperature of fourteen degrees Celsius.  The cool fermentation retains the fresh lively characters that are traditional in Prosecco. To create the fizz the wine went through secondary fermentation in pressurised tanks this is called the “charmat method,” this process took about four weeks after which time the wine was bottled ready to drink.

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King Valley

About The Winery

Wines in the Lana range are distinctly Italian in style. There are four wines in the range, Prosecco, Pinot Grigio and a red blend using Sangiovese and Canaiolo called Il Nostro Gallo (Our Rooster). Lana is produced and sold by siblings Carlo, Joel and Natalie Pizzini. The wines are all made from fruit grown in the King Valley in Victoria’s High Country, a region known for the production of quality, modern Italian wine styles.

Lana Il Nostro Gallo was born from my various trips to Tuscany for my winemaking work experience. I found that the Italians had wonderful varieties that I had heard only a little about. While I visited there I also found that the producers were obsessed with shiraz, merlot and cabernet and were forgetting about their great native varieties. This was the impetus for Lana’s unique blend using three famous varieties: sangiovese, canaiolo and colorino; this traditional chianti blend now has its modern version in the new world. – Joel Pizzini