In the genus tuber, the truffle has ancient origins from only a handful of Italian regions. To ascertain it’s origin, it is necessary to distinguish the Italian truffle into two different types: the white truffle and the black truffle.

The overall quality of the end product is only one factor of many for being successful in international markets. The other crucial elements include presentation and distribution efforts throughout the entire process starting from the importers through wholesalers, retailers and ultimately, the consumer.

After the publication in the Official Journal of the European Union, Prosecco rosé DOC has obtained the recognition that all the producers have been waiting for. The Italian sparkling rosé wine can now be sold beyond Italian borders. This important triumph represents a unique opportunity for the Italian wine industry which is now preparing to launch into foreign markets.