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The winery from Prosecco land for over a century


The Bisol winery took root in 1875 in the heart of Valdobbiadene, an area that was already at that time the pulsating heart of an activity, characterised by a tendency towards innovation, that still makes it unmistakable today. A true cave of wonders that was excavated into the precious rock and earth of the Prosecco land and maintains a constant temperature range of 10° to 15°C throughout the year,  perfectly conserving some of the Bisol vintages, the most prestigious bottles produced over the centuries.

These bottles can still be admired on location covered with the patina of time and laid out in this “sancta sanctorum” of living rock, manifesting the excellency of the Bisol trademark generation after generation. The family winery has been maintained intact in every detail for many years and the current members of the Bisol family, who are looking after it with particular care, can often be seen moving around within these antique walls in search of inspiration.

Maybe its for this reason that the Bisol Winery is able to evoke such intense sensations and a sense of involvement in the visitors, filling them with the desire to return again and again, once more to savour the charm and fascination of its history.



The Bisol family open the doors to their winery to allow you to get a closer look at the fascinating world of Prosecco. You may take part in an interesting and absorbing guided visit to the historical winery at Santo Stefano di Valdobbiadene or see the vineyards close up with a guide that knows them almost off by heart.

Visiting is possible on any day of the week:
– From Monday to Saturday at 10.00 and at 14.30
– Sundays at 10.00

The cost is € 27,00 for 1-to-3 people groups (for every more person € 9) and includes a visit to the Wine Cellar and a degustation of three Bisol wines. You may request the guided tour in English or Italian.