What’s in a name?
The full name of our winery is La Gioiosa et Amorosa. It’s a tribute to our land and it helps us to remember that our roots are intertwined with a territory that was already renowned as a marca gioiosa et amorosa (a joyous and amorous borderland) as early as the 12th century C.E. It’s a fertile territory, with a temperate climate and pleasant undulating landscapes. It was also a style of convivial life that included life’s greatest pleasures, including chivalrous jousting, dances, and parties.
That’s why on Valentine’s Day we celebrate the emotions that surround and accompany us with the wines of La Gioiosa. They fill our days with color and flavor.
A love story between wine and territory.
Grape growing is an ancient art that has been practiced for centuries in the hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano. This is where the Prosecco success story was born.
It’s an art that has shaped the landscape and the inhabitants’ style of life. Here, with passion and love, generations of grape growers have followed one another in harmony with nature.
Every wine is the summation of many stories: The land, the climate, and experience. The wines of La Gioiosa are the result of centuries of grape growing and decades of winemaking.
The fragrant fruity and floral bubbles of Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Dry are ideal for celebrating Valentine’s Day.
Delicate and creamy on the palate, this fresh wine rewards the wine lover with notes of spring. It’s an ideal aperitif wine and will also pair well with delicate first courses.
What is the color of love?
We celebrate love with the most delicate and appealing tonality, the pink hue of Prosecco DOC Rosé.
Pink is the color of blossoming trees in springtime, a promise for the future, just like love stories that have just begun. A new love is a new spring, a rebirth.
Let’s let ourselves be won over by the irresistible bubbles of Prosecco DOC Rosé, the perfect marriage of the freshness and floral and fruity notes of Prosecco with the notes of small red fruits, pomegranate, and rose of Pinot Nero.
It’s the perfect aperitif and pairing for finger food. It’s also a great match for delicate first course and many international dishes.