In Venetian dialect, ziro means to circle or spin, referring to the
circulation of money in Venice's Rialto business district. Today, Prosecco
is the wine that spins the dollars of the wine business in the Veneto region.
Ziro, made from the Glera grape, is an extremely appealing spumante
characterised by its lively aromas and fruit and the ideal balance of
acidity and sugar, which renders it both mellow and fresh. Dry and persistent on
the palate, it is the perfect aperitivo.