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The Sutto winery is located in an area which belonged to the Benedictine Abbey of St. Lorenzetto during the Middle Ages. It then passed to the Canons of San Salvatore in Venice who followed the Augustinian rule and, in the Napoleonic era, with the elimination of the religious orders, to the Episcopal Curia of Ceneda. During the 1930s, those lands were purchased by Giuseppe Sutto who increased the vineyards, modernizing and enlarging the old rows of native strains and, in particular, those of Raboso Piave. Immediately after World War II, his son Luigi renewed the vineyards and later on Luigi’s son, named Ferruccio, enlarged the company buying the neighbouring land during the last decades of the last century. Ferruccio eradicated old vines and planted new ones, with selected strains, following the most modern techniques of viticultural science. In recent years, Ferruccio’s sons, Stefano and Luigi, continue to renew the vineyards according to the instructions of the Experimental Institute for Viticulture in Conegliano, widening the range of vine types, taking into consideration the features of the land and, above all, decreasing even more the production per hectare in order to obtain those great wines produced here since Ancient Times.
Prosecco Casto dei Tini DOC