Vineyards From the land
with love

The generosity
of our lands

THE VINEYARDS

Tenuta Belcorvo brings together the fruits of eleven vineyards located between Friuli and Eastern Veneto.
The Venzo Casali Vineyard, spanning 50 hectares, is the largest plot of the Group; the Aerocampo Militare Vineyard, located in front of the historic headquarters in Via Belcorvo, is one of the most strategic; along with the Sant’Andrea, Bosco Mantova, Bollacasa, Barse, Bondivecchio, and Campomolino Vineyards and the Ogliano Vineyards: for a total of 275 hectares of generous land.

Good soils,
excellent fruits

THE SOIL

Between Veneto and Friuli, viticulture and oenology enjoy an ancient and renowned tradition. A fortuitous territory, in which ideal conditions give life to excellent wines. On the one hand, the mild climate, which is affected by the positive influence of the nearby Adriatic Sea; on the other, the quality of its soils, mostly clayey, rich in salt and very fertile.

Slide 01 Gaiarine CAMPOMOLINO
VINEYARDS
The ancient course of the Livenza River, though varying throughout the ages, has left its mark
on these clayey soils in which sediments with different granularities alternate, including finer
and looser particles. A type of soil suitable for the production of still wines characterised
by a good general balance. Our Chardonnay comes from the vines cultivated here.
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Slide 02 Bibano AEROCAMPO
MILITARE
A vineyard of strategic importance, because it is located right in front of our historic headquarters
in Via Belcorvo, and which derives its name from having hosted an important Austrian military airfield
during the First World War. It is a terrain characterised by moderately deep soils, with a high presence
of gravelly limestone, which guarantees excellent and fast drainage of rainwater. Particularly suitable
for the production of white wines, we cultivate the grapes for our Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon
and Merlot, and the native white Manzoni, the vine that gives origin to the Noè wine.
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Slide 03 Orsago BONDIVECCHIO
VINEYARDS
The countryside of Orsago still retains for some stretches the ancient layout typical of the landscape
of the palù, characterised by closed, marshy fields. The reclamation of this marshy area by the
Benedictine monks dates back to the Middle Ages. The complexity and richness of organic substances
of these centuries-old soils makes it possible to obtain tasty wines, endowed with peculiar and recognisable
characteristics. From these vineyards comes our Prosecco.
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Slide 04 Gaiarine BARSÈ
VINEYARDS
Ancient, deep, clayey soils, created by sediments deposited over the centuries by the Livenza River.
The high concentration of clay means that in winter these soils absorb excess water, becoming very
pliable, but tending to crack in the dry season. A type of soil that leads to a reduction in the
yield of the vineyards, to the advantage, however, of the alcohol content and the structural complexity
of the resulting wines. Here we grow the grapes for our Barsè wine.
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Slide 05 Conegliano OGLIANO
VINEYARDS
In Ogliano, amidst the hills between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, the historic area
of Prosecco DOCG, stands the Bolovisto Winery, a gem of the Belcorvo group. These hills
of morainic origin, unique in the world, are characterised by moderately deep soils,
with deep accumulations of calcium and magnesium carbonates below and red clays in
the superficial layers. The wide temperature range between day and night, typical of this area
at harvest time, gives the wines fruity and floral notes, which make the Prosecco produced
here truly “Superior”.
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Slide 06 Azzano Decimo BOLLACASA
VINEYARDS
Bollacasa Screm is the historic Friulian company that Tenuta Belcorvo acquired a
few years ago. Its vineyards are found on lands characterised by soils composed of deep
layers of carbonates and alternating with clayey layers. The clays, rich in iron and mineral
components, take on strongly reddened tones with brown nuances on the surface and give
the wines produced here aromatic complexity associated with good structure, optimal
characteristics for increased longevity. From here come our wines of the Friuli line
under the Bollacasa Screm brand: Refosco, Verduzzo, Sauvignon and Ribolla Gialla Brut.
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Slide 07 Azzano Decimo BOSCO MANTOVA
VINEYARDS
This is an area of ancient woodland settlements of plains, characterised by compact and tenacious
soils, but rich in organic substance and mineral complexity. Characteristics that make it possible
to have vineyards well-balanced in vegetation and with an excellent ratio between leaves and production,
which remains at medium-low levels. The small berries of the grapes grown here provide wines that are fresh,
fragrant and pleasant on the palate, with excellent balance. These are the qualities of our Friulian
Pinot Grigio and Prosecco.
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Slide 08 Pasiano SANT'ANDREA
VINEYARDS
Clayey soils, tenacious, compact, workable only with the right degree of humidity,
which cause slow growth of the root systems and low yields in the vineyard. These soils are
particularly suitable for red wines with depth that do not age easily, with a structure and alcohol
content that also makes them suitable for contact with the wood of the cask for their evolution.
From here come our Friuli Grave Doc wines and our sparkling wine, Andrè Rosè,
which owes its name to the town of Sant'Andrea.
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Slide 01 Gaiarine CAMPOMOLINO
VINEYARD
The ancient course of the Livenza River, though varying throughout the ages, has left its mark on these clayey soils in which sediments with different granularities alternate, including finer and looser particles. A type of soil suitable for the production of still wines characterised by a good general balance. Our Chardonnay comes from the vines cultivated here.
Slide 02 Bibano AEROCAMPO
MILITARE
A vineyard of strategic importance, because it is located right in front of our historic headquarters in Via Belcorvo, and which derives its name from having hosted an important Austrian military airfield during the First World War. It is a terrain characterised by moderately deep soils, with a high presence of gravelly limestone, which guarantees excellent and fast drainage of rainwater. Particularly suitable for the production of white wines, we cultivate the grapes for our Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon and Merlot, and the native white Manzoni, the vine that gives origin to the Noè wine.
Slide 03 Orsago BONDIVECCHIO
VINEYARDS
The countryside of Orsago still retains for some stretches the ancient layout typical of the landscape of the palù, characterised by closed, marshy fields. The reclamation of this marshy area by the Benedictine monks dates back to the Middle Ages. The complexity and richness of organic substances of these centuries-old soils makes it possible to obtain tasty wines, endowed with peculiar and recognisable characteristics. From these vineyards comes our Prosecco.
Slide 04 Gaiarine BARSÈ
VINEYARDS
Ancient, deep, clayey soils, created by sediments deposited over the centuries by the Livenza River. The high concentration of clay means that in winter these soils absorb excess water, becoming very pliable, but tending to crack in the dry season. A type of soil that leads to a reduction in the yield of the vineyards, to the advantage, however, of the alcohol content and the structural complexity of the resulting wines. Here we grow the grapes for our Barsè wine.
Slide 05 Conegliano OGLIANO
VINEYARDS
In Ogliano, amidst the hills between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, the historic area of Prosecco DOCG, stands the Bolovisto Winery, a gem of the Belcorvo group. These hills of morainic origin, unique in the world, are characterised by moderately deep soils, with deep accumulations of calcium and magnesium carbonates below and red clays in the superficial layers. The wide temperature range between day and night, typical of this area at harvest time, gives the wines fruity and floral notes, which make the Prosecco produced here truly “Superior”.
Slide 06 Azzano Decimo BOLLACASA
VINEYARDS
Bollacasa Screm is the historic Friulian company that Tenuta Belcorvo acquired a few years ago. Its vineyards are found on lands characterised by soils composed of deep layers of carbonates and alternating with clayey layers. The clays, rich in iron and mineral components, take on strongly reddened tones with brown nuances on the surface and give the wines produced here aromatic complexity associated with good structure, optimal characteristics for increased longevity. From here come our wines of the Friuli line under the Bollacasa Screm brand: Refosco, Verduzzo, Sauvignon and Ribolla Gialla Brut.
Slide 07 Azzano Decimo BOSCO MANTOVA
VINEYARDS
This is an area of ancient woodland settlements of plains, characterised by compact and tenacious soils, but rich in organic substance and mineral complexity. Characteristics that make it possible to have vineyards well-balanced in vegetation and with an excellent ratio between leaves and production, which remains at medium-low levels. The small berries of the grapes grown here provide wines that are fresh, fragrant and pleasant on the palate, with excellent balance. These are the qualities of our Friulian Pinot Grigio and Prosecco.
Slide 08 Pasiano SANT'ANDREA
VINEYARDS
Clayey soils, tenacious, compact, workable only with the right degree of humidity, which cause slow growth of the root systems and low yields in the vineyard. These soils are particularly suitable for red wines with depth that do not age easily, with a structure and alcohol content that also makes them suitable for contact with the wood of the cask for their evolution. From here come our Friuli Grave Doc wines and our sparkling wine, Andrè Rosè, which owes its name to the town of Sant'Andrea.
Slide 08 Pasiano SANT'ANDREA
VINEYARDS
Clayey soils, tenacious, compact, workable only with the right degree of humidity, which cause slow growth of the root systems and low yields in the vineyard. These soils are particularly suitable for red wines with depth that do not age easily, with a structure and alcohol content that also makes them suitable for contact with the wood of the cask for their evolution. From here come our Friuli Grave Doc wines and our sparkling wine, Andrè Rosè, which owes its name to the town of Sant'Andrea.