Between the Alps, the sea and Lake Garda lies the Triveneto, historically one of the territories in which the link with the vine is strongest and most deeply rooted, as evidenced by the first vine-growing settlements in the North-East dating back to Etruscan times, between the 7th and 5th centuries BC. From the Dolomites to the Karst region, from Lake Garda to the Venice Lagoon and the Adriatic Sea: a vast territory where the vine meets a generous and fertile land, capable of fostering the best expression of excellence of Pinot Grigio.

The Delle Venezie DOC area covers the entire north-east of Italy, including the territories of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Veneto and the autonomous province of Trento, and represents the desire of the north-eastern industries to ensure the protection of the Pinot Grigio designation of origin. Specifically, the Collis territories devoted to the cultivation of Prosecco are spread over all three provinces of Verona, Vicenza and Padua.

The microclimate in the area has allowed the production of wines with specific characteristics, with a particular specialisation in the production of Pinot Grigio. According to a criteria of proximity and soil-climatic affinity, a macro-area called “tre Venezie”, “Triveneto” or “delle Venezie” was created.

The Delle Venezie territory groups together lands characterised by a common geological history and composition, from which the peculiar chemical and physical characteristics of the soil originated. The wide plain between the Adriatic Sea and the Po River has developed over the centuries thanks to the deposition of calcareous and coarse material, as well as gravel and sand, which guaranteed good soil drainage.

The cool, breezy climate enables the concentration and maintenance of a high acidity content in the grapes, a characteristic found in the resulting wines. The availability of water allows the bunches to ripen regularly, while the marked variations in temperature enhance and maintain the aromatic qualities of the grapes.