• Family

    Family

    To discover Masottina is to understand the deep bond between the Dal Bianco family, their land and their iconic product: wine.

  • Terroir

    Terroir

    The distinctive nature of Masottina wines is down to the Dal Bianco family’s ability to appreciate the terroirs in which it operates, adopting a scrupulous, attentive approach to viticulture.

  • System

    System

    Masottina’s oenological excellence is built around a production style where human input is still seen as an essential factor.

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Tradition and innovation

Masottina’s wines and sparkling wines bear testament
to a long oenological tradition.

Sparkling

The holy grail of the Masottina method

A glass of Masottina Prosecco represents the unique nature of the terroir and the embodiment of a traditional production method which sees man and man’s wisdom as the key to superior quality.

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Wines

The best of our terroir

Our profound knowledge of our local area stems from our meticulous study of the nature and vocation of the Colli di Conegliano terroir. The Dal Bianco family has been able to unlock the potential of these unique slopes to create stunning white and red wines.

Masottina Magazine
A look at the world of wine through our eyes
The creation of Banco Giro

The creation of Banco Giro

  The wonders of Venice do not belong exclusively to the field of the arts but to the city’s most practical and mundane activities. La Serenissima has been a pioneer of modern society Venice is like a maze. No matter how many notes you take, how many times you visit, you will always be left with the feeling of having missed something precious along the way. So many places, customs, monuments and landmarks, witnesses to countless events, great and small.    

The art of “impirar”

The art of “impirar”

Passed down through generations, the craftsmanship of the venetian ‘impiraresse’, young women who threaded Murano glass beads to make beautiful jewellery, survives to this day   Gossipping and singing, the impiraresse of Venice sat around the campiello. Each holding a wooden box called sessola on her knees, full of colourful beads manufactured in the nearby Murano glassworks. Deft and agile, their hands would dip into a basket at their side, picking up smaller beads and threading them with their needles onto long threads of linen or cotton, to form endless series of mazzette.  

A tale of oar-makers, dreams and crime

A tale of oar-makers, dreams and crime

  A tale of oar-makers, dreams and crime The beauties of Venice often belie a dark past: what ghosts haunt the walls of Campiello del Remer as we contentedly sip our glass of Prosecco?  

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