Amongst the many marvels of Italy, there exists an unmistakable jewel: Venice.
We are from the Veneto: a land of rivers, cities of art and fertile
plains. Tenuta Santomè, a 19th century farmhouse lovingly reconstructed
to include a state of the art wine cellar and a comfortable and
elegant adjoining Agriturismo, blossomed right here, in the "Marca
Trevigiana," along the river Piave, in the heart of
The winery is easy to reach (near the Treviso-Sud motorway exit, parallel to the
Treviso-Mare state road), and it is close to two important historical-artistic
towns such as Treviso and Venice. The property extends over 65 hectares of
vineyards, 30 of which are at the Biancade Headquarters, 30 in
the “Grave di Papadopoli” area on an island in the Piave river between
the municipalities of Cimadolmo and Maserada and a further 3 hectares in
the Collalto area on a sunny hill called "Bosco Coste"
just a few
kilometers south of the town of Conegliano, home of the first Italian wine-maker