The Wine Road leads visitors through vineyards and century-old hamlets and villages, until they eventually arrive to the upper reaches of Collalbrigo. The estate is a small, ancient settlement that lie on the summit of the Apricus hill, a name that means ‘exposed to the sun.’
Collalbrigo’s passion for grape cultivation and winemaking is rumored to have originated as early as 1276. The vineyards enjoy excellent sun exposure and shelter from the cold north winds, and the clayey soil and skilled management of the vineyards allow the vines to thrive. The result is a fine, elegant taste that can be detected in all Collalbrigo wines produced at the estate.