Soil acidity

Acidity (pH) is among the most important soil factors which influence plant growth and wine-grape quality.

Soil pH indicates the acidic level of a soil and is determined by the origins and composition of the soil itself. Formed of ancient rocks, such as granite or sandstone, essentially come acid soils; soils rich in humus and organic material usually feature an increase of acidity level. On the other hand, calcareous layers and pebbly-clayey substratum usually generate alkaline soils.

A pH less than 7.0 indicates an acid soil. Ph values above 7 indicates basics or alkaline soils. The area of the “Montello and Asolo hills” features different acidity levels, depending on the zone; according to the most recent zoning studies (2011), this area has mainly average acidity soils, with higher alkaline content in the hillsides of Asolo.

 

Soil Acidity Asolo and Montello

Hospitality

The winery is opened to the public every day. You may taste andpurchase the wines from our production; all major credit cards are accepted.

Entry to our cellar is free, our opening hours are :

Monday to Friday 08.30 -12.30 and 14.30 - 18.30.

Saturday: closed.

Opening hours of the Botega de Vin

From Tuesday to Saturday 09.00 - 12.30 and 16.00 - 19.30

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Awards

Medaille d’Argent al “Concours Mondial de Bruxelles” e Commended Medal al “Decanter International World Wine Awards” with our Asolo Superiore Docg Prosecco Brut millesimato 2013.

Guida AIS "Venetia" ai nostri Prosecco Extra Dry 2013,Costalunga Rosso 2011Costalunga Bianco 2012