Founded in 1921 this winery is one of the leading lights in Grave del Friuli. The wines in the IGT Collevento 921 range impress with the clarity and precision of their fruit whilst the DOC Friuli Grave wines have an extra depth making good pairing with food. Grapes grown include Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, all of them great ambassadors of Friuli.
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The main company of the group and its beating heart. Between the exaltation of traditions and the search for quality and innovation, the activity of the Winery is constantly growing, both in terms of labels proposed and in terms of annual production.
Borgo Molino was founded in 1922 by the Nardini family in the Veneto in the heart of the Marca Trevigniana region near Treviso. The family owns two Estates; Col San Martino in the heart of the Prosecco region and at Spilimbergo on the land lying between the Tagliamento and Meduna rivers. The Estate in Spilimbergo is located in the eastern area of the production of Prosecco DOC. The particular mild climate, soil composition and well-distributed rainfalls throughout the year constitute an ideal environment for vine cultivation. Today the company is run by the two grandsons of the founder; Pietro who handles the commercial side and Paolo who looks after the Technical aspects of the business. Father Sergio keeps a watchful eye on his sons. The winery prides itself on its respect for the traditions of the region and also on the relationship it has with the Environment; working with Nature rather than fighting against it. Borgo Molino produces a wide range of both Sparkling Proseccos and of still varietal wines from both local and international varieties.
You recognize the vineyards of the Colli Orientali del Friuli: sophisticated and perfect.
In Torre Rosazza we transfer the meticulous care of the vineyards also in the processing of the grapes, to preserve the peculiar characteristics of each single bunch. This is how our wines are born: great elegance, fresh taste. And with every sip they tell you about the richness of our land and our Friuli.
“Borgo Conventi” owes its name to a legend of Farra d’Isonzo, according to which, Count Strassoldo, locally known as “il Rizzardo”, donated a piece of land to the Dominican friars who then built the first monastery of the area. The same plot of land is today the heart of the Tenuta Borgo Conventi estate where crafting premium quality wines is the core mission: 30 hectares of prime vineyards straddle two of the most suitable wine growing areas of the region, Isonzo and Collio.