Our property consists of 48 hectares of vines and olive trees within the commune of Breganze. The D.O.C. of that name is a small zone that boasts 800 hectares under vine and an ancient vocation for growing grapes dating back, according to some historic documents, to around the year 1000.
Breganze’s vocation for wine
We are at the boundary with the Po Plain, at the foot of the hills that rise towards the Asiago Plateau. This is a mainly hilly area, with a southerly exposure and soil that is volcanic in nature, predominantly of tuff: ideal conditions for producing ripe, healthy grapes, essential for making top-quality wines.
And among the various elements that go towards making up our fine wines, there is our ability for finding the best combination between variety and individual vineyard, thus multiplying the potential for expression of both the cultivars and the terroir.