Leading Prosecco producer Sandro Bottega has released ‘The 100 Prosecco Recipes’, a collection of recipes, stories and curiosities.

The 192-page book, published by Mondadori, takes readers on a journey through the Prosecco hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Veneto Region of Italy, where tradition, research and authenticity come together in the name of taste.

Bottega’s book is a celebration of the the land’s food, wine, landscape and artistic heritage, and serves as a homage to the hard-working people who have created and preserved its culture.

Sandro Bottega runs the Bottega winery and distillery alongside his mother and brothers. Founded in 1977 by his father under the name Distilleria Bottega, the company is based in Bibano di Godega, 50 km north of Venice, where it produces grappas, wines and liqueurs.

Bottega’s range of wine includes Prosecco, namely the Bottega Gold, and other sparkling wines with great personality. Amarone, Ripasso, Brunello di Montalcino and other great reds are produced in the two separate cellars in Valgatara (Valpolicella) and Montalcino.

Meanwhile its grappas, marketed under the Alexander and Bottega brands, include fine selections of single-variety grapes and distillates matured in barriques.

Bottega’s offering is completed by the Creams & Liquors line, which features a vast selection of fruit and cream liqueurs, including Limoncino, Gianduia, Fiordilatte and Pistachio.

The company, which in 2013 became Bottega S.p.A., distributes its products in 140 countries worldwide.