CORVEZZO:
Organic Prosecco, Pinot Grigio and more…
(without compromises)

Organic prosecco and organic pinot grigio

If it's good and organic, it's Corvezzo’s

This is the mission that Corvezzo, a 100% certificated organic winery with more than half a century old wine tradition, has been constantly chasing through its winemaking heritage and unique organic farming know-how.

Giovanni Corvezzo, who calls himself The Happy Farmer, started the full organic conversion of the vineyard in 2010 and concluded it in 2017. Today he is the leader of a young and future-oriented team, who is committed to promoting a more sustainable agriculture and producing only fine and healthy wines.

The family’s winery and vineyard (150 ha) are situated in northern Italy, just a few minutes from Venice, between the Dolomites and the sea, a place that naturally suits organic farming.

This is a photo of Giovanni Corvezzo, owner of corvezzo’s organic prosecco and organic pinot grigio vineyard

What does it mean to be a 100% organic winery?

The Corvezzo family is aware of the unique quality of their vines and for decades, they have played a frontline role in protecting and promoting the Italian countryside.

Organic Prosecco, Pinot Grigio and other wine grapes are cultivated without the use of pesticides, herbicides or synthetic fertilizers. The constant monitoring of climatic conditions using the most advanced technology allows us to intervene and work on the vines with the utmost precision.

From the vineyards to the cellar our green philosophy never changes. The Photovoltaic plant ensures all the energy needed by the company, and a biomass plant produces thermal energy from pruned material.

We also respect the environment in our sales process. Corks have replaced plastic stoppers; recycled paper is used for labels and boxes used in packing.

Lightweight bottles help tackle atmospheric pollution.

Would you like more information about how we make our organic wines? Just click here!

A family walking the endless path of continuous improvement

This is a photo of Corvezzo's Family, owners of the biggest organic Prosecco and Organic Pinot Grigio vineyards of the north east

The history of the land surrounding Cessalto, which has been well known since the Roman age for its fertility, is inextricably linked with the wine-production tradition of the Corvezzo family.

In the early 1900s, Giuseppe Corvezzo had been working the land for Cessalto’s Venetian Nobility until 1960, when his son, Giovanni, founded the first family’s winery in the current location.

Then, in 1970, due to the knowledge and skills of Renzo and Giuseppe, Giuseppe’s grandsons, the family increased the cultivated area to a total of 140 hectares.

Renzo was a pioneer in the sustainable wine production field back in 1981. At that time, he introduced the integrated pest management in order to reduce the use of pesticides.

Today, thanks to the vision of Renzo's son, Giovanni Corvezzo, the commitment of the company to a more sustainable wine production is stronger than ever.

The company’s team has worked hard in order to complete the process of organic-conversion of the vineyard started in 2010.

The vineyard organic conversion has been completed in 2017, and now Corvezzo is setting a new benchmark in Northern Italy’s organic wine production, especially for organic Prosecco and organic Pinot Grigio.

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