• Family


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

  • 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


    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.


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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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
Uno sguardo sul mondo del vino attraverso i nostri occhi
The brothers from Morea

The brothers from Morea

The brothers from Morea   Our journey through the fascinating legends of Venice continues: Palazzo Mastelli, in the Cannareggio district, warns of the fate that awaits the greedy     Like the cops and gangsters of American movies, the adventures of Venice’s merchants are part of the city’s lore, mythological representations of society and its perversions, of the many vices and human virtues that are far from absent in the modern world.  

One thousand and one nights in Palazzo Labia

One thousand and one nights in Palazzo Labia

One thousand and one nights in Palazzo Labia   As the emblem of Venice’s dazzling, baroque and decadent golden age, the late seventeenth-century palace built by a wealthy Catalan family hosted one of the most lavish celebrations of the 20th century      

The hidden secrets of Venice

The hidden secrets of Venice

The hidden secrets of Venice   Campo San Boldo, one of Venice’s many hidden gems. A tale from la Serenissima to be savoured with a glass of Prosecco Superiore DOCG di Masottina   Year after year, the true face of Venice seems to sink a little further under the weight of the thousands of visitors who gather here every day. In this extravaganza of selfie sticks, endless queues, mammoth cruise ships and tourist traps, it is increasingly harder to get at the city’s true essence, the authentic, picaresque, mysterious and colourful soul of la Serenissima. Such an oppressive atmosphere could have stifled the imagination of those who, like the comic book artist Hugo Pratt, regarded the city as an inexhaustible source of inspiration for his adventures and characters. Perhaps, only a glass of good wine, such as Prosecco Superiore DOCG di Masottina, could have consoled the great Italian author.

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