Simplicity, immediacy, loyalty to the variety
The most typical white wine of Lison Pramaggiore, it is obtained from a blend of Lison Classic (the grape once named Tocai) and a small percentage of other white grape vines. This is a traditional wine-making recipe that is as old as the wine-making culture itself in the region of Veneto.
A grape variety of French origin, here in Italy this has become the most famous vine all over the world: in the north-east territories (the regions of Veneto, Friuli and Trentino Alto Adige) it has found its ideal habitat and on completion of the white wine-making process, proposes unpretentious, full-bodied wines that easily accompany a wide range of dishes.
A vine from the region of Burgundy, widespread due to its adaptability in virtually all of the best vine-growing areas in the world. In the clayey terrain of the eastern part of the Veneto region, this wine acquires particular elegance and mellowness, bringing out these singular qualities of the grape.
A grape-variety originating from the region of Bordeaux, this vine is cultivated with excellent results also in Italy, especially in the north-east. In the clayey terrain of the eastern part of the Veneto region it has found a particularly propitious habitat due to the differences in temperature between night and day that maintain its extraordinary wealth of aromas intact.
A light and pleasant Bordeaux blend that is characteristic of the wine-making tradition in the eastern part of the Veneto region, in expression of the age-old regard of these lands for international vine varieties.
This indigenous vine variety, typical and widespread in the north-east of Italy, is a noble and aristocratic vine that lends itself to the production of wines which need a long period of refinement as well as wines that are consumed young but which have a strong personality, with an age-old charm: that of the farming tradition in the Veneto area.
Originally from the region of Bordeaux, this grape variety has successfully been cultivated for some time in Italy. The adaptability of this wine to the territory makes the characteristics of the grape’s terroir particularly recognizable. In the eastern part of the Veneto region, smooth wines of good body are produced, elegant whether aged first in wooden barrels or ready for consumption when still fresh and young.view card >
An international vine variety of great charm and personality, this wine distinguishes itself from the Cabernet Sauvignon for the prominent grassy notes that characterize it, a distinct vinous matrix and for a lighter tannin content. Excellent as an accompaniment for strong-flavored food.
Cultivated in Veneto and Friuli since the middle of the nineteenth century, the Merlot has by now become naturally acclimatized to this area which produces smooth, full-bodied wines of unmatched quality that are excellent as an accompaniment for the typical seasoned dishes traditional around here.