Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG
Vine cultivation has always involved mankind in the care and layering of knowledge and has entailed care and protection of the land and the landscape that hosts it. This territory is a container of dreams, an enchanted place. The hills that characterise the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG are in some stretches, impervious and difficult to access places. The landscape that reveals itself in these places tells of a skilful hand, of respect and loving care, of fragile balances, and the interplay between the vine and the forest is an ancient thing in which the boundaries between the one and the other are sometimes clear, sometimes blurred.
Between the 17th and 19th centuries, the landscape of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore Hills was moulded into the salient features that we still find today: the presence of 'grassy terraces', also known as 'Ciglioni', i.e. systems for modelling the land to cultivate vines in the presence of significant slopes; the use of the 'Bellussera' vine-training system, which has contributed to shaping the vineyard landscape with precise aesthetic characteristics; and finally the 'mosaic landscape', i.e. the coexistence in a natural fabric of vines alternating with wooded areas, where small villages and rural artefacts are embedded.
A feminine outlook on the environment, on sustainability, respecting the territory, with a focus on saving energy, reducing waste, rationalising water use. A proud but also constructive way of saying that the world of wine is changing and this revolution is pink.
Creativity, renewal and environmental and social qualification are the choices we make and pursue today because the land is our most precious asset. To it we owe care and love, respect and conservation, preserving it for the future for generations to come.