In times long ago, in our hills in the historical zone between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, vines were planted only on well-exposed slopes, where plants were better and therefore did not need many interventions. Our choice about which lands to cultivate was made following this principle.

Today we take care of about twelve hectares of vineyards divided into six main parcels.

The taste of grapes varies according to the original vineyard. Understood this, we are committed to contributing to highlighting and enhancing these differences by working in a dedicated way.

San Gallo
Soligo Exposure SUD - Avarage altitude 367 m asl - 45°54'52.55"N 12°8'13.71"E
Average incline 38% - Soil: calcareous conglomerates with iron and aluminum silicates
Rive Alte
Col San Martino Exposure EST - Avarage altitude 242 m asl - 45°54'15.49"N 12°5'55.93"E
Average incline 35% - Soil: Calcareous conglomerates, bands of marl and siltstones
Cison di Valmarino Exposure SUD – Avarage altitude 338 m asl - 45°58'19.08"N 12°9'17.26"E
Average incline 47% - Soil: marl carbonate rich in calcium and magnesium
Col San Martino Exposure SUD/EST - Avarage altitude 300 m asl - 45°53'43.38"N 12°3'34.06"E
Average incline 52% - Soil: calcareous and sandstone conglomerates
Col San Martino Exposure SUD - Avarage altitude 206 m asl - 45°53'51.88"N 12°4'32.44"E
Average incline 43% - Soil: calcareous conglomerates and in the bottom marl and siltstones
San Giorgio
Farra di Soligo Exposure SUD/OVEST - Avarage altitude 237 m asl - 45°54'30.75"N 12°7'3.09"E
Average incline 28% - Soil: Calcareous conglomerates, bands of marl and siltstones