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Resistant as vines and grapes,
resistant when they become wine.

ALBAFIORITA

Riviera friulana
Latisana, Udine

7 m

s.l.m.

DELLA CASA

Collio
Cormons, Gorizia

100 m

s.l.m.

CA’ DA ROMAN

Pedemontana veneta
Romano d’Ezzelino, Vicenza

140 m

s.l.m.

COLLE REGINA

Colli trevigiani
Farra di Soligo, Treviso

250 m

s.l.m.

POGGIO PAGNAN

Valbelluna
Mel, Belluno

390 m

s.l.m.

VIN DE LA NEU

Dolomiti trentine
Coredo, Trento

832 m

s.l.m.

As a single company, in six different locations.

We are a network of wineries, made up of six farms operating in different territories between Friuli, Veneto, and Trentino, from the Adriatic Sea to the Dolomites.

RESISTENTI Nicola Biasi

Guided by enologist Nicola Biasi, we have chosen to produce wines that combine qualitative excellence with tangible sustainability, from the vineyard to the bottle. To do this, we have focused on vines resistant to fungal diseases, also known as PIWI.

This safeguarding of the territory, combined with precision viticulture and dedicated, scrupulous enology, allows us to enhance the properties of these new varieties and win over even the most demanding palates.

Whowe are

Albafiorita

Albafiorita is an organic winery in Latisana, on the Friulian Riviera.
For the De Marchi family, adding resistant vines to the productions of their company was a natural choice as they are the ideal solution to achieve their longtime goal of sustainable agriculture.
Welcome to their farmhouse and discover the natural beauties and flavors that the territory of Friuli-Venezia Giulia has to offer.

Ca' da Roman

This organic farm is located in the lands of the Ezzelini, a powerful medieval dynasty to which all the labels aside from the flagship “369” were dedicated. The wines all have a “disheveled character” thanks to the breezes that caress Monte Grappa, MAB Unesco Biosphere Reserve, at the foot of which is the 18-hectare estate, of which 7 are cultivated exclusively with resistant PIWI grapes, while the rest is dedicated to biodiversity with olive groves, fruit orchards, vegetable gardens, sowable land and close attention to the territory.

Colle Regina

The Colle Regina farm, from the historic hill of the same name located in Farra di Soligo, is in the heart of the Prosecco di Conegliano and Valdobbiadene hills, Unesco heritage since 2019. It embraces biodiversity by carrying on the tradition of Prosecco Superiore DOCG, but with the innovation of resistant vines. The owners, Marianna Zago and Ornella Martinotto, believe in enological practices linked to environmental sustainability, which they have always applied in all phases of their work in the vineyard and cellar. Their social purpose is the multifunctionality of the farm, which is why they have been an educational farm since 2007 and a social farm since 2022.

Della Casa

Barberi Adele is a family farm which was established at the end of the last century in an oasis of beauty between the rolling hills of the Collio Cormonese and the Preval plain. Renato Della Casa, the owner who originated his farm’s involvement in wine production, believes that great traditions arise from the heart of the most innovative ideas. This is why he has chosen to produce wines from resistant vines alongside the already well-known Collio. In his bottles, we find only the values ​​that guide him: evolution, profound respect for ancestral roots, and a passionate protection of biodiversity.

Poggio Pagnan

Pagnan, the first wine of the Poggio Pagnan multifunctional farm, was established in a land that was not yet known for viticulture. For this reason, sustainability and biodiversity are its greatest belief, hence the choice to plant resistant vines in 2017. The name is representative of the company, the center of which is at the “giro poggio” loop route, entirely planted with vines, which stands out in the center of Valbelluna and has the toponym of Pagnan.

Vin de la Neu

A wine that was created to break the mold and to do something that had not yet been done.
Precision viticulture at high altitudes, resistant vines for true environmental sustainability and enological management without compromises.
All this is Vin de la Neu. A unique wine, born and baptized on 12 October 2013, under heavy snow, in Coredo, in the Trentino Dolomites.

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