The vineyards of our partner winegrowers extend between the provinces of Vicenza and Verona. The land has volcanic and basaltic origins, and the charm of its landscape has remained intact over time. Composed of woods and vineyards, it is scattered with small well-kept towns and Palladian villas and has been part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site for many years.

We are proud to live in a rich and fertile area. Large swathes of woodland and an excellent climate, together with our proximity to the sea and the protection of the Small Dolomites, have made this land ideal for the cultivation of the vine since ancient times. It was here that Garganega and Tai wines were produced, and the oldest evidence of the production of Prosecco can be found here.

The Prosecco from Monte Berico is in fact mentioned in a 1754 literary tome entitled ‘Roccolo Ditirambo’

“Ed or ora immolarmi voglio il becco con quel melaromatico Prosecco. Di Monteberico questo perfetto…”



The core of our production comes from the integrated supply chain project that contributes to safeguarding the district, aims at enhancing local productions and redistributing value more equitably.

Our members certify the new plantings (no GM grafted cuttings) and the reduction in treatments to combat vine pathologies. Finally, the establishment of a vineyard logbook certifies detailed and thorough control of each phase of the supply chain, in compliance with the food safety and hygiene guidelines provided for by the self-check manual (HACCP).

Our Appellations

The starting point of our integrated value chain project is the study of the wine-growing district with the aim of identifying areas with greater winegrowing suitability. These areas provide ideal conditions for new vineyard plantings and therefore better segmentation in our range of wines.

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In recent years, the wine-growing district of our Hills has been overhauled via the planting of prestigious vines at a higher density, thereby reducing the yield per hectare and increasing the concentration of extracts, polyphenols and sugar content.

The resulting wines go into making the Colli Berici DOC, Vicenza DOC and Arcole DOC wines as well as IGT Veneto and IGT TreVenezie wines.

The whites

are represented by Pinot Grigio, Prosecco, Garganega, Chardonnay, Sauvignon, Pinot Bianco, Tai Bianco, Trebbiano, Manzoni Bianco and Malvasia.

The reds

are represented by Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Tai Rosso and Raboso.