|Annual production||200.000 bt|
|Address||Via S. Martino 81 - 31050 - Premaor (TV)|
The name Gregoletto represents the history of the land of Prosecco. The winery is located in Premaor di Miane, in the hilly area of Valdobbiadene, and produces a range of wines that very faithfully represent the traditions of the area. It is one of the oldest wineries in the Marca Trevigiana area. Historical sources from the 1600s, in fact, show that the Gregoletto family had signed a contract with the Abbey of Follina for the cultivation of some of the land and vineyards that are still part of the company's current estate. A continuity handed down through the generations, which guarantees a deep knowledge of the territory, its grapes of the oldest winemaking techniques. A wealth of knowledge that translates into incomparable savoir-faire and constitutes a true treasure.
As early as the 17th century, the vineyards located in the Colzanin area were planted with white varieties and were renowned for the superior quality of the grapes. A characteristic that has remained unchanged over time, thanks to particularly favorable soil and climate conditions. The steep hills that run from Valdobbiadene to Vittorio Veneto along the Pre-Alps ridge have a colder climate than the Conegliano area, with higher temperature ranges. Ripening is slower and more gradual, and the grapes arrive at harvest with intense aromas and intact freshness. The soils are particularly suited for the cultivation of white varieties, with the presence of limestone or limestone-clay mane.
Over the centuries, the Gregoletto estate has selected a veritable mosaic of vineyards, chosen for their high quality. The plots are located mainly in the prized locations of Premaor, a hamlet of the municipality of Miane, in Refrontolo and Rua di Feletto. In addition to the winery's historic vineyards, the winery purchases grapes from small local growers in Rolle, Cison di Valmarino, Collalbrigo and Premaor di Miane, with whom there is a well-established relationship of trust and business collaboration. The extraordinary quality of the grapes, combined with vinifications conducted with extreme care, lead to the production of fresh and fragrant sparkling wines of great pleasantness and expressive immediacy.