We let our wines talk about themselves

Our vines grow up in places of millennial history, in the plain between the provinces of Treviso and Venice. During the Middle Ages water meadows, now disappeared, were disciplined by Benedictine monks in rice fields. That’s why part of the company properties is named “le risere”. In Fossalta Maggiore, where the winery is located, the Romans found good lands to colonize and water routes to use for their commercial exchanges.

We are wines coming from this area, we are part of a natural circle that doesn’t force events, but goes with them: from the first moment of the farming process, to the grape picking, the pressing, the vinification process, and lastly the tasting. We belong to an ancient countryside, that sedimented, within its morphology, the events of weather and human time; here there were floodplains of rivers now disappeared and different cultures alternated and contaminated each other. The land that hosts our vines is multifaceted: each of us is the result of different grape varieties, its flavour is linked to different microclimates and each grows up from roots planted in clods of different composition. That’s why we’re made like this: wild, clearly characterised, sound, defined. Grown along with biological rhythms, without pressures of chemical origin, within borders defined by tradition, both humble and authentic.

The vineyard of the Cescon Winery

The company that produces us wants this: the old wisdom, supported by the use of innovative machines, cannot be undermined or mocked, if anything perfected and enriched, but respected in its substance of styles and value. We are not meant to “subjugate the legs and tie the tongue”, as Virgil wrote, but to be enjoyed without haste, with the same attention and passion that characterize those who give birth to us.”

Wine belongs to those who produce it: its quality is a state of the soul. Quality as the result of a profound care and willingness to find in the earth its original and original qualities, its most precious potential.


International wine competition Città del Vino

Spineri 2018 was awarded the prestigious gold medal in the “Mondo Merlot” category at the Città del Vino International Wine Competition.

Aureum premio

Le Mondial des Vins Blancs Strasbourg

Aureum Verduzzo Trevenezie IGT 2020 obtained the gold medal at the international wine competition Le Mondial des Vins Blancs Strasbourg.

2 other important awards:

  • ORYZETUM VINI has been included in the Slow Wine Guide 2024
  • ORYZETUM VINI Veneto IGT Raboso 2017 was included in the “Wines not to be missed” section of the Vinibuoni d’Italia guide
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5 exclusive labels: a journey of precious and refined wines, of long aging.



4 labels for the typical wines of the Treviso province, that range from white to red and semi-sparkling.

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