The origins

An ancient stone, dated 1528 marks the in loco presence of the Salatin family.

The current business was born after the Second World War by brothers Cav. Antonio and Ercole, in places that were already chosen by the Doges of La Serenissima Republic of Venice during their autumn stays, who were entranced by the vivid colours and the soft scents, which have always been present in the these wonderful hills.

Values and philosophy

Tradition and innovation, technology and eco-sustainability.These are the values we believe in.A tradition that has been maintained, generation after generation with respect and humility; integrating each innovation into a composition of ancient knowledge, improving it without altering anything.

The winery, now in its third generation, is managed with scrupulous attention to detail in the art of winemaking and respect for the culture of the vine: total passion and commitment.

The area

The winery with its 44 hectares is situated in a hilly area dedicated to winemaking since the fifteenth century. The uniqueness of our position, on the Eastern border of DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene allows us to open out to further oenological locations as Grave del Friuli and the area of DOC Venezia.

We promote biodiversity with 21 hectares of autochthonous clones, including 4 rare hectares of Verdiso and Boschera.

Eco-sustainability

Our concern for the environment begins with the careful management of the vineyards and cultivations.We strictly follow the protocol shared by DOCG Conegliano Valdobbiadene for the sustainable agriculture and respect for the area.We have installed 100 KW photovoltaic panels that have a yearly production that varies between from 100.000 to 120.000 KW, resulting in an environmental saving of approximately 65 tons of CO2.

In the near future, our plan predicts the recovery of marcs and pruning shoots to produce clean energy by biomass.