History.

Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG Prosecco. Where the Prosecco is Superiore.

It is said that the flavor and the aroma of a wine, are the fruits of the soul and the love of the people who cultivate their own lands.
The Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore DOCG Prosecco represents one of such alchemy.

A very special wine, which comes from the unique lands located between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, where tradition and passion for viticulture has ancient origins.

A picturesque landscape of rolling hills and small valleys with colorful shades and heady scents. A countryside where the green gently slopes down in the yellow of the long rows of grapes.

A calm and serene landscape, among one of the most picturesque in Italy.

Conegliano – Valdobbiadene not only lands, but witnesses of a past extremely rich in culture.

Grapes with peculiar characteristics of aroma and flavor have been grown in the unique lands of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, since the time of ancient Rome and they gave birth to the Prosecco as we know it today.
A tradition begun 2000 years ago, which has sharpened over the centuries and which was well known at the tables of the Doges of Venice and at all the courts of Europe.

An Italian Product which comes from an equally magical land that is Conegliano, the birthplace of the sixteenth century master painter, Cima, with its cathedral, with the medieval streets of the Parish of San Pietro in Felletto and the mill of Croda in Refrontolo.

Furthermore the aristocratic and elegant squares of Pieve di Soligo and Solighetto, and Col San Martino and Valdobbiadene, where the vineyards and the sun harmoniously slope down to the horizon with the same sweetness.