The San Martino’s have cultivated grapes for generations, their grandparents were farmers and have handed down their genuine passion for the farmland, the care for the vineyards, and respect for nature, the land and the seasons. This history has been intertwined for generations with that of wine and the land, and the awareness that good wine comes from good grapes.
To make their wines, they cultivate grape varieties, typical of this territory, that are grown directly on their lands that run between the river Piave and the Unesco Heritage hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.
The cultivation of grapes started in 1969, the first vineyards were planted around the manor. Over the years, more land has been bought and grape production has increased. The winery has also been transformed, with new offices and important extensions to the production structure, and, to celebrate its 50 years of activities, San Martino endowed itself with a very modern bottling plant for over seven million bottles per year.