Our Territory

The fortune from which our well-being is born


The eastern part of the Prosecco Superiore DOCG denomination

Located in Col San Martino, we have a unique position in the DOCG, the winery is nestled between the 3 hills to the north, the Po Valley to the south, and the river Piave to the east.


Valdobbiadene, the DOCG wine capital, is just a few kilometres away.


The particular microclimate that develops here allows for excellent thermal excursions, which augment the aromas of the grapes, and intensify the bouquet of our Prosecco.

The exposure of our vines favours non-intensive viticulture. However, the slopes that drain the soil are impervious, and can only be worked by hand.



For us, ‘heroic viticulture’ is a part of everyday life, and a point of pride.

The ‘rive’, a dialect word for steep hill-top ridges, are an integral part of the landscape, and essential for achieving quality results. The absolute manifestation of this is in the cru that derives from them, and after which the wines are named. Col San Martino is one of these.

Our work is articulated by nature

An ancient tradition

The culture of Prosecco also runs through art

It might seem strange, but artists have always been great wine lovers. Fortunately here in the Conegliano Valdobbiadene territory we are surrounded by countless works of art.

Writers, painters, and artists in general have been able to pass on the history of this place, which only here has assumed such peculiar connotations as to be considered native.


For us, making Prosecco in the hills of the DOCG is a way of living the territory, and drinking Prosecco is a way for you to savour the experience.


Recently the territory has justifiably been awarded UNESCO world heritage site status: the Torri di Credazzo, the churches of San Viglio and San Lorenzo are just a few sites of historical and cultural importance that we invite you to visit.

The territory’s cultural aspects are covered by Conegliano and Vittorio Veneto, but over the entirety of the hills of the DOCG, alternating forests and vineyards offer unique views that are impossible to resist.

The culture of 'heroic viticulture'