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I am  from Vidor, a small village  in the  Treviso disctrict, in the Veneto region, at the foot of the Valdobbiadene hills, an area known for the production of sparkling wine.

I grew up in a very tight family, whom shared with me their tradition and origins. 

Back in the days, Prosecco Wine wasn't very common, actually almost unknown outside the region, whereas for us was a very common wine to drink, which was present in every meal and every celebration. Prosecco was consumed to be enjoyed with a meal or simply to chill out. 

Since I was a kid, during the holidays I was going back to Vidor. I used to imagine going back in time, with the farms and the simplicity of the people there. 

I always been very attached to that region and still I am. It was 2004, at some point in the middle of my twenty-five years in the motor career, I decided to give some space at my passion, the world of wine. 

I started to travel a lot, trying to learn as much as possible, until 2008 which was the year I founded my company, at first it was a side job, but only a few years after it became my full-time job. 


The wine world has changed enormously in the past years. Often due to some temporary trends, like the use of a certain type of grape or the way to interpreting the disciplinary, almost to the point of forgetting the art of wine production, forgetting the beauty of differences of cultures and humans around the world. Emigrants that took with themself something to start a new life. 

Even if I don't own my vineyard, I always surrounded myself with friends in the world of wine, owners, and people behind the production. 

Talking and sharing ideas, tasting and walking the small paths between the grapes, my desire grew bigger, I wanted people to know my land through a glass of wine. I manage to realize my dream thanks to these people, their support, and help. Now I can proudly put in a bottle my brand. 

The many travels help me to meet more people and new interests, which constantly gave me satisfaction. Giving me something new to work on, but most important to share. 

My way of interpreting wine wants to break down the distances, whichever kind they are as if to say that the whole world is a little closer and deserves to be discovered.

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