U n p o ' d i n o i

Al Canevon è un’azienda a conduzione familiare fondata nel 1970, situata nel cuore del Prosecco Superiore Conegliano Valdobbiadene Docg, Patrimonio dell’Unesco.

Il primo vino prodotto risale al 1940, il frizzante a fermentazione naturale, chiamato anche “El vin del nono”, prodotto da nonno Giuseppe (Bepi per gli amici), il quale utilizzava la tecnica della fermentazione naturale fatta sui lieviti.

Tutt’oggi questo vino continua ad essere prodotto con orgoglio dall’azienda la quale ha dedicato l’etichetta proprio a “Nono Bepi”.

Nel 2001 ha inizio l’era della spumantizzazione.

La nostra storia

D o v e t u t t o è i n i z i a t o

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AWARDS

I t a l y ' s M o s t R e c o g n i z e d W i n e r y

crafts people

M e e t O u r K e y P e o p l e

Bruno Rossi

Founder & Owner

Fillipe Moratti

Executive Director

Agatha Rossi

Senior Winemaker

Ella Campo

Viticulture Manager

Milestones

O v e r F i v e D e c a d e s o f H i s t o r y

1967

The Beginning

Bruno Rossi leased five acres of his father and started with just an acre of vines.
1968

Building the Winery

The winery produces first vintage.
late 70-ies

New Sorts in the Vineyard

Bruno Rossi leased five acres of his father and started with just an acre of vines.
1979

First Art Events

Our Wine Club was established to educate consumers in wine & food matching.
80-ies

New Sorts in Vineyards

Bruno Rossi leased five acres of his father and started with just an acre of vines.
1979

First Art Events

Our Wine Club was established to educate consumers in wine & food matching.
sustainability

M i n d f u l n e s s o f t h e E n v i r o n m e n t

As part of the agricultural industry, we fully depend on our surrounding, just as it depends on us. That’s why we grow our produce organically and sustainably. Over the past decades the carbon footprint of the winery has been positive, which is something we’re really proud of.

As part of the agricultural industry, we fully depend on our surrounding, just as it depends on us. That’s why we grow our produce organically and sustainably. Over the past decades the carbon footprint of the winery has been positive, which is something we’re really proud of.