Veneto, Italy

In 1900, Giuseppe Corvezzo was already cultivating the fertile lands of Villa Morosina in Motta di Livenza. In 1990, grandson and granddaughter, Renzo and Katia take over DOC Treviso estate as we know it today. As the quality of the vines remained intact, it was now up to them to do the noble task of honoring their ancestors and cherishing this precious heritage.

The Corvezzo’s have made it their duty to give back to nature all the respect it is due. That's why the family of ambitious winemakers has completely converted the estate to organic farming and has been officially certified since 2017.From the vineyard to the bottle the same philosophy follows as only natural methods are permitted. The varietal Glera is harvested by hand and is grown without the use of chemical fertilizers or herbicides. For their Prossecco the charmat method of second fermentation in stainless steel closed vats for 60 days without any additives or sulphites is used.

In the same vision, they aim to produce their own thermal energy using biomass from the pruning of the vines, so that nothing is lost. Respect for their environment has even led them to use recycled paper to produce their labels and packaging and to use the lightest bottles to facilitate transportation and thus reduce air pollution.