Lison – Pramaggiore DOC in Italy's Venato wine region
was named after Borgo di Lison and Pramaggiore,
towns that are at the center
of local wine production. Winemaking activity
dates to Roman times in this area, and was further
developed when Venice
was a powerful republic with interests
in Europe, Africa and Asia. Even today, the largest
concentration of of wineries is around the "wine
towns" of Pramaggiore, Portogruaro, Annone Veneto
and St. Stino.
area is known as the "Classic
Zone," where the terroir is particularly rich
in calcium and calcareous
Additionally, these same fields reveal traces of substances derived from charcoal
close to the surface, confirming the well-known
fact that terroir rich in calcium produces quality
wines abundant with aromatic accents.
Lison – Pramaggiore DOC area weather is mild, because
its latitude, proximity to the Mediterranean
Sea, and the flat terrain, which
exposes the vineyards to the prevailing
Denominazione d'Origine Controllata (DOC, or Denomination
of Controlled Origins) is assigned to
14 vineyards cultivated in the area, which are
promoted and protected by the Consortium of the
Lison – Pramaggiore
DOC Wines, thus guaranteeing conformance with the
legal production standards.
Thanks to the joint commitment of the producers
and the Consortium, the quality and fame of the Lison
– Pramaggiore DOC wines is growing and gaining appreciation
in Italy and overseas alike.
Pinot Grigio of Venice," Tenuta
S. Anna is a straightforward
Pinot Grigio, with great mineral and
It is clean and crisp on the palate,
with a good finish.
taste, best value!" - Wine Spectator.