Colli Trevigiani IGT or ‘Treviso Hills IGT’ was created in 1995 for wines of all three colours from 31 communes (listed below) in Treviso province in the Veneto region of north-east Italy. The DOC

Wine grapes: Ancellotta (r). | Barbera (r). | Boschera (r). | Bianchetta trevigiana (w). | Cabernet Franc (r). | Cabernet Sauvignon (r). | Carmenère (r). Chardonnay (w). | Corbina (r). | Franconia (r). | Friuliano (w). | Gewurztraminer (w). | Glera (w). | | Glera lunga (r). | Incrocio Manzoni 2.14 (w). | Incrocio Manzoni 2.15 (w). | Incrocio Manzoni 2-3 (w). | Lambrusco (r). | Malbech (Malbec) (r). Malvasia (da Malvasia istriana) (w). | Marzemina Bianca (w). | Manzoni rosa (r). | Manzoni moscato (r). | Marzemino (r). | Merlot (r). | Muller Thurgau (w). | Petit Verdot (r). | Pinot bianco (w). | Pinot grigio (w). | Pinot nero (r) (can be vinified as white). | Raboso (da Raboso Piave e/o Raboso Veronese) (r). | Rebo (r). | Recantina (r). | Refosco dal peduncolo rosso (r). | Riesling renano (w). | Riesling italico (Welschriesling) (w). | Sauvignon Blanc (w). | Syrah (r). | Tai Rosso (r). | Traminer (w). Turchetta (r). | Verdiso (w). | Verduzzo (da Verduzzo friulano e/o Verduzzo trevigiano). | Wildbacher (r).

Communes: Asolo. | Caerano di San Marco, Cappella Maggiore, Castelcucco, Cavaso del Tomba, Cison di Valmarino, Colle Umberto, Conegliano, Cordignano, Cornuda, Crocetta del Montello. | Farra di Soligo, Follina, Fonte, Fregona, Giavera del Montello, Maser, Miane, Monfumo, Montebelluna, Nervesa della Battaglia. | Paderno del Grappa. | Pederobba. | Pieve di Soligo. | Possagno. | Refrontolo. | Revine Lago. | San Fior. | San Pietro di Feletto. | San Vendemiano. | 5 San Zenone degli Ezzelini. | Sarmede. | Segusino. | Sernaglia della Battaglia. | Susegana. | Tarzo. | Valdobbiadene. | Vidor. | Vittori. | Veneto. | Volpago del Montello.

Terroir: The morphology of the production area of ​​the Colli Trevigiani IGT consists of a series of hilly ridges arranged in a north-south direction in the southernmost part and with an east-west direction in the northern part. These reliefs are separated by a series of valleys crossed by small watercourses. The area to the north rests on the pre-alpine chain that acts as a natural barrier at the entrance of cold currents, while to the south the area enjoys the mild temperatures of the Venice lagoon, from which it is only 40 km. The east-west layout of the hilly terrain, the steep slope, the consequent position facing south of the vineyards, allows maximum interception of the sun’s rays, creating an ideal area for the cultivation of the vine. The soils of the area originated from the raising of seabed and were subsequently modified by the action of the glaciers and rivers. The terrain consists mainly of sandstone and marl, alternating with moraine and alluvial layers. This profile favors the constant drainage of water.

Climate: Temperate, with well-defined seasons, marked day-night temperature excursions during the grape ripening due to the descent along the slopes of the hills, fresh air coming from the Pre-Alps. The frequent rains of the summer guarantee the water supply sufficient for the optimal ripening of the grapes. This particular condition is realized thanks to the strong acclivity and the scarce depth of soil that can be explored from the roots of the vines.


Certified organic: Costadilà.


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