VALDOBBIADENE SUPERIORE DI CARTIZZE DOCG
Cartizze is a subzone of the steepest hillsides within the commune of Valdobbiadene, covering just 107 hectares. This pentagon shaped region has the perfect combination of a mild climate along with ancient moranic, sandstone and clay soils, giving the wines complexity and elegance. The maximum grape yield is 12 tons per hectare, the smallest in the region.
VALDOBBIADENE CONEGLIANO PROSECCO SUPERIORE RIVE DOCG
“Rive,” in local dialect, means the slopes of the steep hills that are characteristic of the zone.
These wines are produced from single vineyards with high-quality terroirs, and express the
distinctive combination of soil, exposure and microclimate. Within the denomination there are 43 Rive, with smaller yields per hectare, grapes are exclusively hand picked and the vintage is always shown on the label.
VALDOBBIADENE CONEGLIANO SUPERIORE DOCG
A historical wine growing region since Roman times that was first outlined in 1930s. Sixteen years later, the “Brotherhood of Prosecco” was founded and in 1962, 11 producers formed the Consortium for the Protection of Prosecco from Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. In 1969, DOC status was granted to the Prosecco produced in the 15 communes between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene followed by DOCG status in 2009.
PROSECCO DOC TREVISO
Subzone of the Prosecco DOC area, outlining the traditional production zone for light, fruity, sparkling wines made from the Glera grape.
Established as a protected geographic origin in 2009, this region located in the Northeast encompasses 5 Veneto provinces (Treviso, Venice, Vicenza, Padua, Belluno) and 4 provinces in Friuli Venezia Giulia (Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste and Udine).