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18.0 Hectares Prosecco

Prosecco is Italy’s most exported wine. The base vine for the production of Prosecco is the Glera, which has to make up at least 85% of the total. A small fraction, not higher than 15%, can be made up of Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera, Glera Lunga, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc, PInot Gris and Pinot Noir vinified in white.

4.8 Hectares Chardonnay

It’s one of the greatest white berry vines in the world. It originated in the Bourgogne region and spread over most parts of the globe. It presents an incredible variety of aromatic components, each emerging differently according to the soil and climate they are cultivated on.

4.0 Hectares Pinot Gris

Kown since the Middle Ages, it is thought to be a mutation of the Pinot Noir. Small three lobed leaf, smallsized cylindrical cluster, often winged, densely packed and relatively easy to pick; the berries are small, rounded, often misshapen due to the cramped conditions, with a darkgrey, light and pruinose skin.

3.8 Hectares Cabernet Franc

French origin variety, from the Gironde area. It has mediumsized five lobed leaves, mediumsized, conical, semidensely packed winged clusters. The berries are generally mediumsized, rounded, with a very robust skin; the skin is blueblack and very pruinose.

3.5 Hectares of Merlot

It favours cool terrains, with good humidity during the summer months due to its lack of resistance to drought conditions. The best growing systems are the cordon and the Guyot, which ensure good shading to avoid sudden reductions in acidity.

0.5 Hectares of Sauvignon

The Sauvignon Blanc is one of the great noble white grape varieties, know the world over for being among the very best. It is most aromatic and fragrant and it produces some of the most distinguished dry wines. Souvignon Blanc is renowned for the intensity and depth of its bouquet which is reminescent of grass, moss and green fruits like gooseberry, lightly exotic.

2.0 Hectares of Manzoni Bianco

The Manzoni Bianco is probably the best known of the clones created and perfected by Professor Luigi Manzoni, Director of the Conegliano School of Oenology. It is indigenous to the Treviso area and is the result of a cross between Riesling and Pinot Blanc. The cluster is small and realtively densely packed. The grape is of smallmedium size, round and yellow green; its skin is thick and quite compact, medium pruinose and aromatic. The vinification of Manzoni Bianco results in a fine, subtle wine with a wonderfully balanced body.

1,5 Hectares of Pinot Blanc

Blanc grapes are part of the big Pinot family, which originates from Pinot Noir. Pinot Blanc grapes are a mutation of Pinot Gris, whis is in turn a mutation of Pinot Noir. Despite its relatively short lifespan and lack of penetrating aromatic flavours, wine produced from Pinot Blanc grapes offers an excellent structure and body.

3.0 Hectares of Muscat

In ancient times, the greeks called it anathelion moschaton and the Romans apiana. The vine produces winged mediumsized, cylindrical clusters, densely or loosely packed. The berries vary in size but are never small; they are round and their colour varies from light green to yellow and golden as they ripen in the sun. The vines are very aromatic. They are grown preferably on limestonerich, marly and dry soil, where clay is scarce.