The character of our wines is created in the fields where each vine is hand trimmed by winemaker Alan Bruzzo, lending his personal vision to the development of the fruit. This is the core philosophy of the Ca' Bruzzo vineyard tradition. The personal tending of the the vines, along with the particular "terroir", give these wines their unique character.

The yields are purposefully kept very low each year, and eco-compatible farming methods are used throughout the vineyards.

The local microclimate provides an ideal setting to cultivate deep-rooted old vines. Accordingly, no irrigation is used; and as a result the roots are forced to grow deep to find moisture, adding to the complex character of the wine. 

The Berici Hills are part of the pre-alps at the edge of the Po plain where ascending currents create windy conditions, maintaining the leaves dry and the grapes healthy.