Our Territory

Our territory in the north-east of Italy: a land kissed by success

Friuli Venezia Giulia
Udine - Bertiolo

Latitude: 45°56′40″ N
Longitude: 13°03′21″ E
Altitude above sea level: 33 m

The wines of the north-east of Italy are frontier wines, with a special identity having its roots in the commercial spirit of Venetian merchants, and in the challenges that winemakers have always had to face in this area, quickly learning to innovate, adapt and improve. In this slice of Italy, where, in addition to Venetian merchants, Romans and Austrians have passed, alongside our own native vines, we have also developed the cultivation of several international varieties. It is here that the excellent wines that have made Friuli Venezia Giulia world-famous come to life.


The Friuli-Venezia-Giulia region is a succession of fascinating villages and towns and natural landscapes that take your breath away. Characterized by a varied and captivating landscape, it is home to the richest and most amazing biodiversity in Italy. Although still a little-known region, largely yet to be discovered, it is internationally renowned for its fine wines, and suitability for winegrowing.

Cabert is located in Bertiolo, a town at the heart of Friuli Venezia Giulia. The Alps protect the area from the cold north wind, while the nearby Adriatic Sea helps maintain a mild climate.

It is a large area formed by the floodplains of the Meduna, Cellina and Tagliamento rivers, which, over the millennia, have deposited enormous quantities of dolomitic limestone, torn from mountains by the violence of the water and dragged downstream along the riverbeds. The stony surface reflects light necessary for the grapes to ripen during the day, and releases the heat, accumulated in the hottest hours, during the night. This favours a more homogeneous ripening of the grapes, and the development of a wide spectrum of fragrances and aromas.