Pojer e Sandri "Zero Infinito" Metodo Ancestrale, Trentino Alto Adige, Italy

Sparkling white wine that is bottled unfined and unfiltered. Expressive aromas of elderflower, red apple, pineapple, and peach. The palate is juicy, fragrant, fresh and should be best enjoyed with starters of cured meats and mild cheese.



Maso Rella in Grumes in the upper Val di Cembra 800/900 m. in elevation with South/South-West exposure. The the steeply-sloped vineyard is located in a windy location in the morning from the north the winds of the Val di Fiemme and Fassa, in the afternoon from the south the Ora del Garda.

This sparkling wine belongs in the category dubbed “Col Fondo” in Italy as its secondary fermentation takes place mostly in tank before being bottled where it finishes leaving both the CO2 bubbles but also a small deposit of sediment which is actually the yeast cells. The wine can be decanted off the sediment or served complete.


This winery was founded in 1975 by two friends, Mario Pojer and Fiorentino Sandri, with the goal of proving that an untested viticulture region, between the Adige river and the Cembra valley, was capable of producing world class wines. Young Fiorentino inherited his family’s vineyards and Mario was a budding winemaker when their first release, a 1975 Palai Müller-Thurgau, caused quite a stir in the rapidly developing Italian wine scene. Their early success enabled them to add more prized vineyard holdings to their production including sites for several single vineyard bottlings.


Grape(s) Solaris
Farming Organic