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The Bervini 1955 brand has deep connections with the territory of the Friulian flatlands. Founded by Antonio Bergamo in 1955, the winery is now in the third generation’s careful hands. The cellars are at Chions in the province of Pordenone, where they straddle the two DOC zones of Prosecco and Friuli Grave.
The terrain where the Prosecco grapes are grown is gravelly or stony, which makes it ideal for producing superb white wines. The Bervini 1955 wines are sourced from vineyards planted on the area’s signature alluvial, resurgent spring-rich terrain. 
In the early days, they focused on the distribution of unbottled wine to inns and restaurants. Over the years the company grew and evolved, and acquired its own still and sparkling winemaking facilities, as well as a modern bottling line. 
Winemaker: Paolo Bergamo


Bervini Prosecco | 2018

Glera
Lingering streams of tiny bubbles; citrus and pear-like fruit; balanced, delicate and dry in the mouth with nicely gauged acidity.

Bervini Rosé | NV

Glera | Pinot Noir
Continuous streams of tiny bubbles; raspberry-like fragrances; fruit-led, pleasantly acidulous flavor.