Specificationsfor recycling

COLLI EUGANEI DOC MANZONI BIANCO "ARIO"

Separate and mixed waste collection. Check with the regulations in your Municipality. The labels on the bottle do not need to be disposed of separately from the glass bottle.

Our passion,our taste

Our farms, Le Volpi and Monte Fasolo, are situated in the heart of the Euganean Hills and are now one of the most interesting novelties in terms of local food and wine, and tourism. They are places where tradition and innovation come together, giving rise to products and hospitality of the highest quality, offering a new experience surrounded by nature and flavours.

Monte Fasolo farm is a place steeped in tradition. With its history and privileged panoramic position, it is now one of the most popular destinations in the Euganean Hills. In 2017, it was taken over by the current owner and included in an ambitious project to renovate and enhance the business and the surrounding area with great attention given to sustainable development. All its own vineyards are currently being converted and will be organic certified as of the 2023 grape harvest. The special features of current winemaking activities include a project to enhance the historic Carménère grape variety and the commitment to the Classic Method of production.

Le Volpi farm stands in a peaceful location on the hills of Baone, the largest town in the Euganean Hills. In 2010, the business was taken over by the Rossi Luciani family and restored to its former glory. The restoration project involved the wine cellar, the vineyards and olive groves and was extended to include hospitality so as to showcase these lands and allow guests to experience a more natural and slow pace. The wines produced at the farm have been organic certified since 2013 and vegan certified since 2016.

Monte Fasolo farm is a place steeped in tradition. With its history and privileged panoramic position, it is now one of the most popular destinations in the Euganean Hills. In 2017, it was taken over by the current owner and included in an ambitious project to renovate and enhance the business and the surrounding area with great attention given to sustainable development. All its own vineyards are currently being converted and will be organic certified as of the 2023 grape harvest. The special features of current winemaking activities include a project to enhance the historic Carménère grape variety and the commitment to the Classic Method of production.

Le Volpi farm stands in a peaceful location on the hills of Baone, the largest town in the Euganean Hills. In 2010, the business was taken over by the Rossi Luciani family and restored to its former glory. The restoration project involved the wine cellar, the vineyards and olive groves and was extended to include hospitality so as to showcase these lands and allow guests to experience a more natural and slow pace. The wines produced at the farm have been organic certified since 2013 and vegan certified since 2016.