The Crodi farm- Winery in Veneto, Italy famous for its blend of viticulture and hospitality
The Crodi farm in Veneto, Italy has a history that spans over 100 years and is famous for its blend of viticulture and hospitality. In 1900 the Crodi farm was established by the local Stefani family and it has since evolved while managed to successfully keep its roots in tradition. The family is now in its fifth generation of wine makers. Thanks to a wealth of knowledge, true love for the land and tenacity, the family has over time developed a methodical wine making and viticulture project on the estate.
The focus of all of the farm practices is on producing products that reflect and respect the philosophy of the family.
Vines and their Grapes
At the Crodi winery and estate, the old double inverted vine growing system has been replaced by the guyot method, which imposes a low yield of the vine with a consequent increase in the quality of the grapes produced. Along with this, the composition of the vineyards has been changed. The old vines of the past have been restored to increase the production of white wine. These courageous choices were made going against the grain and in contrast with the traditions of the territory but have left extremely satisfying results.
Winery following Organic approach
With the low yields, no chemical intervention is necessary and the entire production chain is completely organic. The wines produced by Crodi include the Carla Valdobbiabene Proseccu Superiore DOCG, the Riz Prosecco DOC Extra Dry, the San Vittore Prosecco Brut DOC Treviso, the Verdiso Frizzante IGT Colli Trevigiani, the Verdiso Tranquillo IGT Colli Tervigiani, the Me Pare Verdiso IGT Colli Tervigiani (matured on yeast) and the 500 Rosso IGT Colli Trevigiani