Since 1946, the Confraternity has been protecting and promoting “Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG”

The Valdobbiadene Confraternity, the first non-religious confraternity in Italy, has a long-standing reputation. Since its foundation in 1946, the association, made up of oenologists and leading figures in the wine sector, has distinguished itself as a conscientious and attentive organisation in promoting the knowledge, value and diffusion of the wine production known as "Conegliano-Valdobbiadene DOCG". [...] read more

An extraordinary Nero d’Avola, dedicated to lovers

Crossing Sicily, from east to west, we take you on a journey through the Baglio - an ancient rustic building typical of those places - by Stefano Caruso and Mario Minnini, where you will discover the hints of violet of their extraordinary Nero d'Avola, aged in a cellar that has remained identical since 1904. The [...] read more

Trinoro and Passopisciaro: from Tuscany to Sicily for successful wines

From the south of Tuscany, to the land around the Etna Volcano: in this virtual journey, we "accompany" you to "taste" a rare and magnificent wine. We will take you, together with a master like Andrea Franchetti, a young, attentive and prepared oenologist, to a forgotten place in the extreme south of Tuscany, where his [...] read more

Piana dei Castelli: Wine out of Love

When we talk about wine, anything from technical skills to philosophy comes into play: the aspects of wine are endless. Not only must we distinguish between more or less famous good wines and bad wines, but we must also distinguish between conventional wines ((those produced with the use of chemicals) and natural wines (wines produced [...] read more