The Territory - La Tordera

The Territory

The territory


Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, which spans 15 hilly municipalities between Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, is the historical area that produces this sparkling wine. The steep slopes, the characteristics of the environment, the composition of the soil, as well as the history and tradition make this territory unique and perfect for the production of the Glera grape variety.
The Cartizze area is nestled among the steepest hills in the municipality of Valdobbiadene. It is a tiny area of 107 hectares of land where the grapes are grown for the renowned Cartizze sparkling wine.
Rive (steep slope) instead is an expression of the uniqueness of the most “heroic” vineyards, the steepest and most unique vineyards of the entire appellation.
Asolo Prosecco DOCG is produced within the 19 municipalities that surround the medieval city of Asolo; its appellation was awarded in 2009.
Prosecco Doc Treviso and, in an even vaster area, Prosecco Doc are produced in the plain areas with different characteristics. The grapes from the first area are produced in 95 municipalities of the province of Treviso, whereas those from the second are from a new, vaster area which includes 556 municipalities between Veneto and Friuli

Why Valdobbiadene?

We were born and raised in Valdobbiadene. Our memories, our pride, our story have had deep roots in this territory for over a century.

This is why we think that the future is in Valdobbiadene Docg and for this reason, we have chosen to omit the word Prosecco from all our Valdobbiadene wines with the goal of transmitting the uniqueness of an unparalleled product and territory.


Our origins, our pride and our future lie at the summit of the pyramid including quality, production from selected territories and antique vineyards.



Production Area/Vineyard Colle Tordera in the Cartizze area, Municipality of Valdobbiadene.
Elevation 260 m a.s.l.
Soil Type Clay, marine sediment, particularly common in the Cartizze.
Slope and exposure South-facing hill.
Vine Training System Double-arched cane.
Average vineyard age Vines planted by our great-grandfather Bepi in 1918, after World War I.
Yield 12 000 kg/ha
Distance from headquarters: 4.9 km

Rive di Vidor

Production Area/Vineyard “Casera del Cavalier Tittoni”, area in the hills in Vidor, one of the 15 municipalities in the DOCG disciplinary.
Elevation 240 m s.l.m.
Soil Type Limestone.
Slope and exposure the hill is composed of heterogeneous pebbles thanks to the previous presence of a seabed.
Vine Training System Double-arched cane
Average vineyard age 80 years
Yield 13 000 kg/ha
Distance from headquarters: 2.3 km


Rive di Guia

The no sugar solution for connoisseurs.

Production Area/Vineyard “Rive di Guia” Vineyard in Guia, Municipality of Valdobbiadene.
Elevation 400 m a.s.l.
Soil Type Not compact with the presence of many fossils on stratified limestone rock.
Slope and exposure Very steep hill completely facing the south.
Vine Training System Double-arched cane
Average vineyard age 60 years
Yield 13 000 kg/ha
Distance from headquarters: 9.8 km


Guardians of this territory for over a century.

In 1918, our great-grandfather Bepi planted the first vine and started cultivating the family vineyard in the Cartizze area. This was the beginning our story as winegrowers. Today, thanks to his legacy and the family’s knowledge and patience, we protect the still numerous antique vines scattered in our vineyards, which we consider our priceless heritage.


A territory worth discovering.

Situated between the city of Venice and the majestic Dolomites, the Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Docg area is a historical, cultural and enogastronomic discovery. There are multiple itineraries to be explored, even sports and nature lovers.