The history of Bedin family is similar to other vine-grower families who have cultivated vines for years in Asolo territory.
They have focused on the cultivation of their vineyards, with the attention on the improvement of quality of wine grapes to be sold to local wineries which could afford the bottling and the selling of the wine.
The majority of Bedin vineyards are on hills and produce Glera grapes which give to the Prosecco wine its basic structure; moreover, Asolo hill soil composition is suited to the production of this variety.
In 2006 the Bedins took on a new challenge: to become winemakers. Their strong determination led, in 2013, to the first production of ASOLO DOCG Prosecco wine, proposed in four versions: Extra brut, Brut, Dry millesimato and Extra Dry. They are all made with pure Glera grapes.
The 5 hectares property can guarantee the production of 20.000 bottles and the limited production per hectare is aimed is to produce a high quality Prosecco.
The family estate is located in Pederobba, a village which is in the nearby of Asolo and very close to Valdobbiadene too.