day in the Province of Venice
In the very eastern part of Venice, near Treviso, is the area
of Lison-Pramaggiore. With flat, alluvial lands, two of native
varietals are Lison and Refosco dal penduncolo rosso.
is a new wine made from the ancient varietal Tocai Italico (also
known as Tocai Friulano). In 2007, the European community agreed
that the name Tocai belonged to the Hungarians. Therefore, the
Italians renamed the wine Lison. Made with 100% French Sauvignonasse
(an ancient grape), Lison (formerly Tocai) is a straw yellow
wine that is delicate and acidic with a finish of bitter almonds.
Founded in 1960 by Mario Stival, the winery is today run by
his children Mauro, Giovanni and Chiara. Located in the Treviso
and Venezia provinces, Moletto produces Prosecco DOC Treviso,
Piave DOC, Lison-Pramaggiore DOC, Venezia DOC, Piave Malanotte
DOCG and Lison DOCG.
Located where Veneto and Friuli meet, the Paladin family began
their family wineries in 1962 and founded the Bosco del Merlo
estate, named in honor of the woods that used to cover the area.
In 2001, a new winery facility was opened and welcomes guests
from around the world to taste their wines.
Located where the provinces of Venice and Treviso meet is the
wine area of Lison Pramaggiore. Savian farms their vineyards
organically to produce wines that reflect where they come from.
The Lison Classico wine is elegant and soft with a fruity nose
while the Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso has dark berry and pepper
In the heart of Lison Pramaggiore DOC, Tenuta S. Anna began
in 1960. The 150 hectares of vineyards are made up of clay soils,
perfect for Lison Classico and Refosco dal Peduncolo, as well
as international varietals.
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