Modern, contemporary wines, which express the histories and traditions of the most prestigious appellations of Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Wines obtained from a single variety that enhance the typicity of each variety, to be enjoyed every day and at any time. You can choose from traditional Friuli wines inspired by the rigors of this land. The spirited wines like Prosecco. The elegant wines like Amarone or Ripasso. Ours are quality wines with many souls.
Our winery covers 300 hectares, divided into three estates, ranging from the plains not far from the sea to the foothills of the Dolomites, along the border between Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. The vineyard’s environmental characteristics vary from area to the next, creating different microclimates which are reflected in the character of our wines, giving life to a diverse range in terms of styles and taste experiences. Tenuta Sant’Anna stands on lands where grapes have been grown since Roman times, and that in the Middle Ages supplied wine to the Republic of Venice. Our roots lie in agricultural tradition, which is renewed every day to keep in step with the times.
Un territorio così vasto non può che avere caratteristiche diverse e cambiare di zona in zona. C’è quella pianeggiante, con terreni caratterizzati da un agglomerato di argilla e limo che si solidifica col sole e che poggia su un suolo antichissimo e impermeabile che si chiama “caranto”. C’è la zona collinare con un terroir di marna argillosa alternata a strati di arenaria che conferisce alle uve, e in seguito al vino, caratteristiche uniche come corpo, colore, tannini e mineralità.
Our winery was founded in the 1960s, on the border between Veneto and Friuli, two regions historically suited to winegrowing since Roman times. While remaining faithful to the traditions and characteristics of our area, we have been able to evolve over the years, integrating technological innovation with the various skills acquired in the shadow of our vineyards. We are one of the most important enterprises in northeastern Italy, and we have never been afraid of shedding our skin to achieve this.