A fresh and pleasant aroma.


Slightly aromatic and harmonious taste on the palate.

Growing Conditions

Vineyards located within the DOCG area of Conegliano-Valdobbiadene.


The grapes, harvested strictly by hand, are transported to Bins (large plastic cases) with a capacity of about 300 kg.

The capacity is kept low because in this way you do not have large masses of grapes that during transport can crush, warm up and begin unwanted fermentations before they can arrive in the cellar.

In fact, in a traditional trailer there can be between 3000 and 10000 kg of grapes, which puts considerable pressure on the grapes at the bottom, compromising their quality.

The second reason is of a practical nature, in fact bins can easily be stacked on each other waiting to be processed, so even in cellars with smaller sizes large masses of grapes can be managed.


Italian method

In production in our cellar since 1950 with Cartizze and Extra Dry (which at the time was called “Semisecco”).

The bins are overturned inside a beam by a forklift. Through a conveyor belt the grapes are carried in a destemming machine.

The grapes, deprived of the shave, are then sent with a pump to the presses.

The presses are pneumatic, inside there is an inner tube that, with compressed air, softly squeezes the grapes against the inner walls of the press causing the juice to leak out.

The must thus obtained is put in large steel tanks, where primary fermentation begins.

Fermentation lasts about 2 weeks, the temperature is constantly controlled and maintained at 18 °C.

Once the fermentation is finished, there is a still wine (not sparkling) that represents the basis for subsequent processing.

The wine is filtered and stored in tanks with a controlled temperature at 10°C for perfect storage.


Fine and persistent perlage; light straw-yellow colour;.

Food Pairing

Excellent as aperitif, it can be accompanied by dry pastry such as biscuits, cakes or jam tarts.