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Our Prosecco & Drinks

As well as the wonderful Prosecco, our coffee is exclusively roasted in a Southern Italian style to produce a rounded espresso for a rich yet smooth blend to satisfy and invigorate you and your tastebuds!

Do as the Italian Fashion Pack do and compliment your coffee with an Italian Biscotti or Sicilian Callnoli on the side or refresh with a San Pellegrino Sparkling Fruit Juice Drinks.

With the kids or fancy luxuriating in a little ‘me time’?  Grab a Cioccolata – rich hot chocolate served with whipped cream and mini marshmallows.  This is the King of all hot chocolates.

Our Jam Jar cocktail blends are one of our latest trends and very New York meets Rome.  Sample Pimms and Prosecco in a generous jar with fresh fruit for a cool concoction.

Our Suppliers; Why Prosecco?

Unlike champagne, Prosecco is fermented in a tank and released within a few months, which generally makes it lighter and fresher.  It tends to taste sweeter than champagne and is lighter in alcohol – all win-win so far.

Caffe Rizzoli has chosen to work with the Bortolomiol family in Valdobbiadene, Italy.

About Bortolomiol

Bartolomeo Bortolomiol spent his whole life growing grapes on the hillsides of Valdobbiadene, dating back to the mid-18th Century. It was Giuliano Bortolomiol, the founder of today’s company, who then dedicated his life to the ancestor from whom today’s family takes their name and calling to the production of wine.

Bringing you bang up to date, it is now Giuliano’s daughters- Maria Elena, Elvira, Luisa and Giuliana who have taken on the long-lived passion with their mother Ottavia and oenologist Gianfranco Zanon to maintain the company’s strong links to the land and its history to produce high quality wine.

The Grape

Together with grapes from their own vines, the Bortolomiol family also carefully select other local vineyards for their production. It is their special bond with local farmers that stretches back over time that provides the perfect blend of the best grapes and therefore the highest quality wines.

Their Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superior is obtained from a number of local grape varieties.  The wine of Valdobbiadene is produced with a minimum of 85% of grapes of the Glera variety and a maximum of 15% of other cultivars.  The most important of these is the rustic and vigorous Glera with its handsome golden yellow berries and bright green leaves. Glera gives the wine of Valdobbiadene its basic structure but small proportions of Verdiso, Perera and Bianchetta, Pinot and Chardonnay are also used to give it its harmonious well-rounded taste.  Perera in particular is used to heighten the wine’s perfumes and aromas.  Its name derives from the shape of the berries or - as some maintain - from its distinctive taste, which recalls that of pears.

Read more about Bortolomiol and the history here.