The territory

In the north east of Italy, in an area called Marca Trevigiana, lies the village of Col San Martino, which is known by lovers of Prosecco as one of the most important places of production in Valdobbiadene area. The borough is crossed by the Prosecco road, established in 2003, which runs from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene, it is the direct heir of what was one of the first wine roads in Italy (1966).

Glera (Prosecco) variety grows on these hills which consist of sandstone and conglomerate. The mild climate and abundant rainfalls from April to October, create the ideal conditions for a light wine but with an rich and intense aroma.