The path taken by Luigi and Stefano Sutto continues to impress. The pair have developed the winery founded by their father, Ferruccio, and turned it into a model of wine-growing in the northern Adriatic. Their vineyards in Prosecco Superiore complement the large estate that unfolds around their Campodipietra cellar, making for a limited range whose fulcrum lies in the world of Prosecco and Bordeaux grapes, interpreted here with an elegant and supple style. The year spent in the cellar has conferred greater aromatic depth and finesse on the Campo Sella ’17, and today the wine features ripe, pulpy fruit accompanied by a refreshing background of flowers and, especially, medicinal herbs. In the mouth, its fullness is never overpowering and the wine lengthens supplely, with sapidity. The Rosso di Sutto ’19, a Bordeaux blend that combines immediate expressiveness with gustatory richness, also performed well.