The Winery

From tradition in the vineyard to innovation in the winery.

Surrounded by large expanses of vineyards, the CABERT headquarters is located in Bertiolo, in the Italian region of Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Founded in 1960, Cantina di Bertiolo processes the grapes of 60 winegrowers who are, at the same time, the shareholders of CABERT. Our winegrowers have centuries of passion behind them, as well as a sincere attention for their vines, and a cultural heritage handed down from generation to generation.

Skills acquired in the vineyard and in the winery have been harmoniously integrated with technological progress and innovative production processes, in pursuit of ever higher and more ambitious quality standards.

Over the years, we have established a production chain, from the cultivation of grapes through to bottling, where the use of technology has allowed us to integrate traditional methods of wine-making with the very best cutting-edge techniques.

The equipment used for harvesting and subsequent processing allow us to preserve all the quality and intrinsic qualities of the grapes. This breathes life into wines with a balanced character, a vivid aromatic profile, and a strong sense of terroir, wines offering the pleasure of good drinking, and created to be appreciated on any occasion.


It is our belief that, the earth gives its best fruits only if it is fully respected. Respecting it means treating it with the least invasive and natural products as possible. Precisely for this reason, our vineyards are cultivated in a way that minimizes environmental impacts and fully respects the nature around them. Only the minimum necessary treatments are carried out, those that have the very least impacts on the soil and on the vineyard, in the spirit of better sustainability.

We are committed to promoting the Bag-in-Box format to further reduce environmental impacts.

CABERT has also shown its commitment to adopting new energy solutions that are better for the environment and reduce CO₂ emissions, from the use of better insulating materials on premises to the installation of solar panels for the production of electricity, satisfying as much as 30% of the energy demands of the winery.