Veneto

Bacaro

Bacaro is a collaboration brought to us by Bacchanal Wine Imports, and it represents the direct involvement of Bacchanal’s family into the selection of the wines. This unique advantage guarantees consumers the highest quality for the best price. The selection is made in strict collaboration with the wine maker and the producer each year so that… Read more »

Borgoluce

“…not far from the so called river Piave…we grant and donate…a land with goats, vineyards, meadows, grazing lands, woods, willows, stables, shores, banks, mills, fishing, hills, valleys, plantations, waters and courses of rivers, forests…” More than one thousand years ago, in A.D. 958 or 959, the Italian King Berengario II gave to Rambaldo, ancestor of… Read more »

Botter

The company was founded by Carlo Botter in 1928 as a small business selling local Veneto wines in barrels and demijohns. It took its first major step forward with the arrival of the second generation of the family. After the Second World War, brothers Arnaldo and Enzo began selling wine in bottles. They boosted the… Read more »

Collalbrigo

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… Read more »

Hi!

The friendly winemaker says ‘Hi!’ and would like to introduce you to her irresistible Prosecco Brut D.O.C., Sparkling Rosé Brut and Moscato. Make friends with these delicious Venetian sparkling wines and add a little sparkle to your life!

Monteci

The land, man and technology are the three foundations that continue to underlie the work and commitment of the Righetti family. Vine growers and wine makers for three generations, they have tied their destiny to the rich and fertile land of Valpolicella. An area of ancient origins, its name is derived from the latin ‘poli’… Read more »