Spread across several separate sites along the Colli Asolani panoramic route, our family vineyards stretch for about 90 hectares within a 15-mile radius from the winery. Our Glera and Pinot Grigio grapes are grown with care and dedication to make sure they retain the quality all the way through to the glass.
Over time, we also cemented the bond with faithful local grape growers with whom we share decades-long family closeness and a mutual vision to preserve our land and pursue sustainability. Using only estate-grown and locally sourced grapes for our Prosecco is key to ensuring consistency in the flavour profile and in the overall quality: a most valuable edge for the trade and consumer alike.
Asolo Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G.
Asolo Prosecco received the DOCG designation in 2009 and was the first appellation in the area to include the Extra Brut category.
With the nearby mountains providing protection from strong winds, the gentle south-facing slopes of the Colli Asolani foothills offer the perfect confluence of elements to grow grapes of consistently outstanding quality. Plenty of sun exposure, warm days and cooler nights make for perfectly ripe fruit, fresh acidity and excellent flavour concentration.
The rich, clay based soil has brilliant water retaining abilities and produces wines of richness and texture. When applied to sparkling wines, this translates into remarkably creamy bubbles that give Asolo Prosecco Superiore its distinctive finesse and elegance.
Bubbles and beyond...
Located halfway between Venice and the Unesco world heritage Dolomites, Colli Asolani - the smooth hills of Asolo after which the winery is named - are a unique combination of natural beauty, cultural heritage and excellent food and hospitality.
Named as “The city of a Hundred Horizons” by the Italian poet Giosuè Carducci and recently listed among the “Borghi più belli d’Italia”, Asolo is a picturesque medieval village dominated by its castle and pre-Roman Rocca fortress overlooking the sunny countryside.
Home to Caterina Cornaro Queen of Cyprus, Eleonora Duse and Freya Stark, this hiddem gem has drawn many remarkable artists and intellectuals over the centuries such as Robert Browning, Pietro Bembo, Antonio Canova, Andrea Palladio, Igor Strawinsky and Ernest Hemingway.
Seduced by the charm of its romantic alleyways and peaceful views, they dwelled in the region and left their mark with countless masterpieces.
Today, visitors can enjoy these works of art and still breathe the atmosphere that inspired them. Local, authentic food, great wine and a relaxed lifestyle add to the experience, making for an unforgettable “off the beaten path” trip.
Located in the very heart of Asolo old town, Asolo Wine Shop is the first and only boutique wine shop that focuses entirely on Asolo Prosecco superiore DOCG. Under the arcades overlooking the old town’s main square, visitors can soak in the beautiful views while sampling the finest Asolo Prosecco superiore DOCG from Bedin and Dal Bello – a like-minded, historic winery that joined us in the challenge of creating an appellation-centered flagship store to promote the excellence of our land.
Our family-run Ristorante Casa Bedin, based right next to the winery, is the ideal destination for the wine and food enthusiasts looking for an authentic wine-pairing and dining experience. The extensive menu constantly changes, reflecting some of the best seasonal produce and finest delicacies that the region has to offer. Blending tradition with a modern approach, the newly renovated restaurant offers an elegant, cosy atmosphere and is the locals’ choice for the easy, every day dining occasion as well as family celebrations.