A magical territory hosting thousands of vineyards among the countless rolling hills, a unique landscape whose beauty is testified by its recent proclamation as a World Heritage Site (UNESCO). Here, nature calls the shots, and vast expanses of rows follow in succession as far as the eye can see. These places talk to us, inviting us to slow it down and be more respectful of our surrounding environment: where vines become the protagonists of our life.
The vineyards occupy an area of 200 hectares spread across 8 different municipalities: San Polo di Piave / Mareno di Piave / Santa Lucia di Piave / Vazzola / San Pietro di Feletto / Vittorio Veneto / San Vendemmiano / Roveredo in Piano. A large portion of our grape production area falls within the 55th Italian “World Heritage Site”, the “Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene”. A territory whose beauty speaks for itself: thousands of hectares extending in an east-westerly direction, from Vittorio Veneto to Valdobbiadene, a landscape characterised by hilly ridges, “ciglioni” (small vineyards on narrow grassy embankments), forests, villages and crops. For centuries this rugged terrain has been shaped and adapted by man, creating a unique chequerboard landscape formed by rows of parallel and vertical vines with respect to the slopes. The “Bellussera” grape growing method has also contributed to configuring this environment, so much so that when viewed from above, the Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene look like a giant beehive, a geometric and perfect natural embroidery depicting the territory in an almost abstract manner.