NATURE, ART AND BEAUTY
The hand and the idea behind our labels also comes from our family; it is the result of a path of constant study, which together with nature, embraces art and beauty.
“I used natural elements like the land, wine, and spices, overlapping them in several layers to obtain an irregular effect and highlight the materials.
The common thread is the form of the jug and before that, the amphora, which has always been a container for wine.
The idea of union and life enclosed in this vessel also symbolizes our winery, and our family.“
Every year Simone creates a new label for a series of limited edition magnums, and is available to create special personalized labels on request.
When we started to vinify small batches of wine, we recognized the generosity of the land on which we find ourselves. Today, we work with local grape varieties like Glera and Manzoni Bianco, and with others that over time have grown deep roots in this area: Chardonnay, Carmenere, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
We’ve created a cellar that allows us to respect the integrity of the grape throughout the process. Each plot of land is vinified separately, so we can then assemble the best results, combining the characteristics of our diverse terrains.
Our work is born and grows thanks to the vines. With careful attention, we have succeeded in recovering several old vineyards in the area and we have planted others, pairing plants that have already reached an optimal equilibrium with young vines that still have much to learn.
We work side by side with the environment every day, and we strive to respect the plants in the vineyard and the natural rhythms of the wine in the cellar.
Every vintage is unique and original, and the wine should reflect that.
“From one part to another [the Terraglio, the so-called “royal road”] is lined with tall trees, which make the walk more pleasant, adorned with houses, buildings, and gardens, particularly of the most opulent Venetian nobility, citizens, and merchants. One comes to this in just a few hours, to enjoy also the amusements of the countryside, which surround it as far as the eye can see, fertile in every kind of fruit, fodder and herd, cultivated with great industry”.
Vincenzo Coronelli, 1697
THE GARDEN OF VENICE
The March of Treviso, located between the sea of Venice and the spectacular Dolomites, is a unique area made up of countryside and hills, beautiful villas and ancient Roman roads.
In the 1700s, the Terraglio area was described as the “Garden of Venice”, a territory of great economic prosperity and progressive agriculture. In addition to corn and other grains, there were also many vineyards and orchards, which produced high quality crops thanks to the rich clay soil.
Today is no different; in accordance with tradition, in our work we strive every day to continue to enhance this land – as alive as its fruits.
You can find us at the “Campagna Amica” market every Tuesday morning in Preganziol and Friday morning in Mogliano Veneto
VISITS AND TASTINGS
We would be pleased to welcome you, by reservation, for winery visits and tastings
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