Azienda Agricola Le Volpere, the Name of the Fox
Azienda Agricola Le Volpere gets its name from the largest vineyard of the same name owned by the De Rossi Family. ‘Le Volpere’ can be translated to “fox” as the name is representative of these animals that thrive in the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene, where the winery is situated. This territory is characterized by some of the steepest vineyards in Italy and is recognized as a heritage site by UNESCO.
Taste Delicious Prosecco from DOCG Valdobbiadene
Brothers, Luca and Matteo, are the owners of this family business and they pride themselves on being independent vine growers and winemakers. The winery has about 10 hectares of vineyards where traditional grape varieties such as Glera, Perera and Bianchetta are cultivated with passion and commitment. The principles of integrated viticulture are adopted by the winery to ensure sustainable production while minimizing impact on the environment. The winery is known for its production of Prosecco and sparkling wines in spumante and frizzante styles. Azienda Agricola Le Volpere has multiple wines designated as DOCG Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore and one made following traditional method son the lees called ‘Col Fondo’.
Learn All About Production of Prosecco through a Winery Visit
They offer guided tours of the estate to anyone who is interested to learn about the production process of their wines and their philosophy. If you are currently in the northeast of Italy or planning a trip soon, visit Le Volpere and learn how one of the most popular Italian sparkling wines are made. Did we mention that the visit also includes tasting of their wines?