A detail of bunch and leaf of Sauvignong
Pinot Bianco
A detail of bunch and leaf of Pinot Bianco
Veduzzo Trevigiano
A bunch of Veduzzo Trevigiano
A detail of bunch and leaf of Chardonnay
Manzoni bianco
A bunch of Manzoni bianco
For tradition, almost all the ancient Venetian plain was not cultivated with white grapes, but rather in the almost totality from red grapes, much more widespread and of easier production. In the early 1900s started a changing in the cultivation of grapes in the area, passing gradually from red grapes to white grapes. The most common varieties were Verduzzo, Tocai and Glera, called Prosecco in that period.




With the rise of technology, which introduced refrigeration equipment and filtration systems, together with the increasing the dissemination and consumption of white wines, accellerated the transformation of the plantation from Tocai and Verduzzo to more international Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay , Pinot Grigio. Currently 80% of the grapes in Treviso is a white grape variety and the currently most widespread are Glera (Prosecco), Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay and Verduzzo.





The Social Winery Tezze di Piave produces these types of white wines: Verduzzo, Manzoni Bianco, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio and Prosecco; to get more information please visit the wines page.