Cà Rovere, a True Family-Run Winery
Perched on the rolling hills of Berici, the Cà Rovere Winery is located in the beautiful village of Alonte in North-Eastern Italy, near the city of Vicenza. The winery grows its grapes on the terroirs and soil that are 50 million years old at the bottom of the prehistoric sea – the Tethys. The winery was born from the passion and love for producing delicious wines. For almost 20 years, the Biasin Family has been cultivating grapes on 30 hectares of vineyards.
Beautiful Property Surrounded by Lush Vineyards
The story of Cà Rovere was initiated by Bruno, grandfather of the current owner. Today, the winery has a modern cellar, surrounded by the lush countryside. The flooring of Cà Rovere Winery is made up of terracotta tiles, which allow natural ventilation. It also provides controlled temperature conditions for wines to age and refine efficiently. In the year 2002, a new barrel room was established to store still wines and a large number of sparkling wines bottles in the large wooden oak barrels. Cà Rovere produces sparkling wines using the Classic Method, which is the most complex and time consuming method to produce high-quality wines. On the upper floor of the cellar, Cà Rovere Winery has built a wine tasting room overlooking the magnificent vineyards.
Long Maturation Provides Excellent Wines
In the 30 hectares of vineyards, Cà Rovere Winery grows three varieties of grapes, which include Chardonnay, and Garganega, along with fruity Cabernet Sauvignon. Using these precious vines, the staff produces high-quality sparkling wines under the VSQ and FIVI status. These wines are left for maturation for 36 months to obtain the desired flavour, colour, and positive organoleptic characteristics.