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Giusti Wine

Giusti has a noble title going back to the 1600. In 2004, Ermenegildo Giusti, Noble of Conegliano revived an old family tradition and restored it from the ashes of time of the cultural heritage. Although his father, Augusto Giusti, born in Venissieux France, produced and had a living passion for wine, Ermenegildo Giusi started his journey later in life. This journey started with the purchase of two-hectare property where Giusti Wine was established. The Italian company Giusti Wine developed from the original Dal Col vineyard owned by his wife’s family, which deated back to 1945. Although it was just a small estate with a few hectares of land, it was highly renowned for its traditional quality production of Prosecco, Bianchetta and Verdiso wines. In Italy, the company’s full name is Società Agricola Giusti-Dal Col srl. Giusti Wine developed very rapidly – from the first vineyard planted in 2002, today it includes an area of approximately 75 hectares, producing both red and white wines.

Ermenegildo Giusti is a staunch supporter of vine-growing that respects both the environment and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Quality is the company’s top priority, but it also has a strong sense of hospitality and strives to give everyone who visits its estates an experience they will not forget.

The Giusti Wine estates lie in the Montello and Pieve hills in the area surrounding the abbey at Nervesa della Battaglia in eastern Veneto between Treviso, Venice and Asolo.

The DOCG Asolo Prosecco and DOC Montello – Colli Asolani production area lies in the foothills to the north-west of the town of Treviso. The land stretches from east to west. The Prosecco DOC production area is in the north-east of Italy, in five provinces in Veneto (Treviso, Venice, Vicenza, Padua, Belluno) and four in Friuli Venezia Giulia (Gorizia, Pordenone, Trieste and Udine). In western Veneto, in the Valpolicella Classica and Val dÍllasi areas. Giusti Wine has two more vineyards where it produces its Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG and its Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore DOC.

There are 10 estates in this region, each having a unique terroir and soil for the perfect vines.