A journey through our hills, the pulsating heart of "Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore" area.


The company takes its name from the welcoming, sunny and hilly area Iocated in the province of Treviso called "Manzana", just at the foot of the Dolomites mountain range.
The stunning area among Felettano hills is where the company was established and is stili settled. A unique piace of human heritage where the magnificent landscape and human settlement coexist in perfect harmony, creating a world-famous productive district and incomparable and fascinating scenery.


The DOCG area is part of a geomorphological system made up of a series of soft hills in the east of Veneto region, only a few kilometres far from Belluno's Dolomites on the north and the city of Venice on the south. The ridge crosses the territory of the province of Treviso from east to west, enclosing a renowned wine-producing area, both for white and red grapes varieties.

The Alpine and the Pre-Alpine range are a natura! barrier which obstruct the entrance of cold air drafts, while the proximity to the seaside conveys a mild climate encouraging the process of a long-standing traditional viticulture. The position of the hills allows an ideai vineyards orientation and this feature enables a maximum solar radiation and a high temperature range.


HISTORY AND TRADITIONS Since April 1st 2010 the "territory of Prosecco" of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene area has been acknowledged the Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin (DOCG). Conegliano is the birthplace of the artist Giambattista Cima, well-known as "Cima da Conegliano" in the 15th century.


Conegliano - is an historic treasure with its architectural and artistic beaty such as the symbolic Medieval Castle with its well-preserved Bell Tower which hosts a small, but valuable Civic Museum.

La Marca Trevigiana - is a territory of art heritage towns of untouched and preserved charm made of ancient medieval villages, Venetian villas, soft hills and excellent products.


Located in the north-east of Italy, the region of Veneto, land of wonders, hosts our cellars, just 70 km far from Venice and 90 km far from Cortina. Standing at the foot of the Dolomiti mountains with an eye on the Adriatic sea.