The Zonin family have been growers in Italy’s Veneto since 1821 and, still family owned, their estates throughout Italy are now run by the seventh generation. They expanded into Friuli in the 1920s, where they make our Gold medal Ca’ Bolani Prosecco – a frizzante with a lively bubble. Montecampo is from their original estate and made in a spumante style – with a softer, creamier mousse, not unlike what you find in Champagne. Made from the Prosecco grape, Montecampo is a refreshing drop and adds a special touch to any celebration or get together. With Stefano Ferrante as winemaker – he has extensive experience throughout Italy and the New World – and the renowned Denis Dubourdieu as consultant, no wonder the results are so delicious.