Ca di Rajo


Ca' di Rajo

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Ca' di Rajo

The Estate

Founded in 2005 thanks to the experience of the Cecchetto family, wine producers since 1931, the Ca’ di Rajo winery is run by brothers Simone, Alessio and Fabio; it has a production capacity of 3 million litres. While surrounded by a historical context, they use the most innovative winemaking techniques. Together with Terre di Rai, owned by Sandra De Giusti, they guard treasures time and mankind traces, which are the precious and striking proof of a thousand-year old culture.⁣⁣⁣

⁣Ca’ di Rajo is a winery immersed in the valley and surrounded by vineyards, which identifies itself in the development and production of autochthonous vine varieties of Treviso’s province. One of these wines is the Prosecco Superiore di Conegliano Valdobbiadene DOCG, which finds its home among the gentle hills, captivating guests in each seasons thank to its unforgettable colors, perfumes and tastes.⁣

In the late nineteenth century, the Bellussera, an innovative vine training method, revolutionized the agronomic culture of Treviso. It was a new training system that raised vines up to 4 metres off the ground, arranging them in a semi-circle. Raised and protected, the plant could finally grow and expand freeing all their vigour. The Bellussera allowed farmers to increase grape production, while the area between rows was used for cereal crops, which were essential for farmers to feed themselves and their families.

Ca' di Rajo

Rai, Treviso
Ca' di Rajo

The Wine

Grape varieties
Chardonnay | Glera | Moscato | Pinot Grigio | Traminer | Trebbiano | Cabernet Franc | Cabernet Sauvignon | Merlot | Raboso Piave

The hilly area in the upper Marca Trevigiana, stretches down the slopes of Dolomites all the way to the coast around Venice. The area, which reaches an altitude of up to 500 metres, is mostly covered by vineyards and, for over 3 century the grapes which give origin to Prosecco Superiore, DOCG Asolo. In 2009, with the reorganisation of the Prosecco denominations, the Ministry of Agriculture classified Conegliano Valdobbiadene as a “Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita” (D.O.C.G.) area, the highest level of quality for Italian wines. In the meantime, nine province between Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia, previously linked to the appellation IGT, have been identified with DOC Prosecco.⁣

Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, in Extra Dry and Brut versions, is the winery flagship product and its top of the range sparkling wine. These sparklings are 100% Glera cultivated over 300mt above sea level. From topping to harvesting, every process is manually performed, among the embellished steep hillsides, in the area of Valdobbiadene called Guia.⁣

Ca’ di Rajo produces three versions of Prosecco DOC Treviso: Brut, Extra Dry e Dry. Long charmat, soft fermentation and selected yeast make a Prosecco DOC unique on its genres, the perlage is delicate and persistent. Doc Extra Dry sprout in Bellussera, so with an entirely handmade process.


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