Castello Carboncine is located between the mountains and the Venetian lagoon. The farm is sited next to the river Silea, which was used in the old days to transport wine and produce to Venice.. This area (now predominantly known for Prosecco production) has been famous for centuries for making great red wines from Cabernet grapes. The soil is extremely rich, which produces wines of great intensity and character.
The actual winery dates back to the 1600s and the legend has it that the Knights Templar, on their way to and from Venice, always made a stop in the area to stock up for the journey. There is still an old Templar temple within the Carboncine Estate.
The priority of the owner, Isabella Bellio Manera, is to preserve the grapes and the styles of wines made in the area for centuries.