A taste of nature among the Piave vineyards!
It all started in the “Piave”, on our land, in our vineyards, which we have always worked with enthusiasm and great respect for the environment.
The secret of the marked personality of our wines, of their heady bouquets and elegant fresh, fruity notes lies in the mild temperate climate and in the particular conformation of the land, mainly clayey and rich in mineral salts, brought about over the centuries by the periodic flooding of the Piave, a rebellious, fickle river.
Alongside modern row cultivation systems from more recent eras, we also adopt the more traditional “Bellussere” radial system, already in used throughout our district in 1880, the living testimony of the love that links us to the past and our culture.
Let’s cultivate Sustainability!
With our SQNPI Quality Certification, we belong to the National Integrated Production Quality System (SQNPI).
We work hard in our vineyards, following strict Production Guidelines, to guarantee the quality and genuineness of our grapes, protecting the natural equilibrium of the ecosystem and our land.
The Piave, the sacred river of the homeland
At times subdued, at times fierce and often insidious due to its currents that they say have smoothed its people like the pebbles on its riverbed, the River Piave, flows away from the Conegliano hills and opens out into the wide expanses of the lowland, headed towards the sea.
In 1917, during World War I, it was the site of the battle fought to stop the Austrian enemy who, with the famous retreat of Caporetto, threatened to occupy the Valley. From here the literary personification of “River that defends the Homeland”.
On its peaceful quiet banks, it is wonderful to observe the typical plants and traditional trees that line the river, which shelter a lively throng of hares, pheasants and birds of all kinds. A must-visit for all nature lovers!
Discovering our territory!
Some places of artistic and cultural interest close to us and our winery.
Tempio, in the Municipality of Ormelle, is home to the historic church founded by the Order of the Knights Templar, built in around 1200, with its ancient fifteenth-century frescoes.
San Giorgio has a church of the same name that dates back to the fifteenth century. Inside is a fresco of the Last Supper from 1466 with interesting depiction of typical local dishes with prawns, freshwater fish and red wine.
Oderzo, in Latin Opitergium, was founded by the paleovenetians around the eleventh century, and its wealth of traces of the Roman civilisation can be admired strolling through the city streets.
Treviso, is a paleovenetian city built in pre-Roman times on three hills near the River Sile, along which you can stroll, surrounded by the beauty of the regional Natural Park.
Venice, About an hour away, Venice is the city built on the lagoon and included on the Unesco list of world heritage sites for its special characteristics and its artistic riches, unique the world over.
The UNESCO Dolomites, spectacular trails through the majestic Belluno mountains, parks and nature reserves: a legacy of culture, traditions and craftsmanship in a unique natural setting, perfect for relaxing, having fun and enjoying sports.