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Apply: Silvia Gardina
Wine area: Colli Euganei (DOC)
Foundation year: 2011
Vine variety: Moscato giallo, Garganega, Manzoni bianco, Tocai, Serprino, Glera, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon
Hectare: 16
Number of bottles produced/year: 50000
Most important labels:
Fior d'Arancio Colli Euganei Secco DOCG
Manzoni Bianco Colli Euganei DOC
Malterreno Colli Euganei Bianco DOC
Poggio Ameno Cabernet Colli Euganei DOC
Ortone Colli Euganei Rosso DOC
Wine Road: Strada del vino dei Colli Euganei

We are between the Euganei Hills, in Torreglia, just outside Padua. Straight from the start we fell in love with this place and our commitment has always been making good wine, in the absolute respect of the territory and environment. Every choice at the winery follows the concepts of sustainability and respect for the environment. A care that made us achieve the Biodiversity Friend certification, the acknowledgement for the safeguard of biodiversity in agriculture, supported by the Department of agricultural, food and forest policies. We were the first Padua winery to get this certification. Working within biodiversity means to let a vineyard grow in a mosaic of different environments, like olive trees and woods, a rich and well-balanced environment that guarantees fewer treatments to vineyards. Biodiversity was the first step followed by the launch of the biological conversion procedure, which is going to end within 2017. Our wines are: Serprino, Prosecco Brut and Extra Dry, Tai, Manzoni Bianco, Garganega, Malterreno Bianco, Poggio Ameno Cabernet, Ortone Rosso, Fior d'Arancio Secco, Fior d'Arancio Spumante Dolce e il Gelso di Lapo (Fior d'Arancio from semi-dried grapes).

How to get

Exit A13 Terme Euganee towards Montegrotto Torreglia and follow Luvigliano.

Wine Tasting: yes
Oil Tasting: yes
Purchase products in the cellar: yes
Purchase products online: yes
Disabled accessibility: yes
Coach parking: yes
Apply: Andrea Monico
Language spoken: Italian, English, German

Territory: Nearby you can find


Abano Terme, Montegrotto Terme, Galzignano Terme.


Villa dei Vescovi, for those who love beauty. Completely surrounded by the Euganei Hills. Built between 1535 and 1542 it is still perfectly intact. Here many intellectuals stopped by and today it belongs to FAI. Eremo Monte Rua, for those seeking silence. A small church encircled by 14 house-shaped cells from 1530. A beautiful place to stop and think. Unfortunately it is not open to women. Colle Mira, for those who prefer nature. It is the hill in the middle of the village of Torreglia. Here you can go for amazing view-hunting walks. The Praglia Abbey, for who likes culture. This monastery currently hosts the national Library, an Italian national monument. The abbey is at the bottom of mount Lonzina in the common of Teolo, near Abano Terme.