Traversed by 999 hundred-year-old cypress trees and with a surface area of more than 550 hectares under vine, Ca' Bolani represents the most extensive vineyard in northern Italy. The estate, a true Vine Park where excellent wine production goes hand in hand with the protection of flora and fauna, is located in the heart of Aquileia DOC, an area of absolute beauty, squeezed between the Alpine arc and the Adriatic Sea.
The Greek historian Herodian, narrating the story of Emperor Maximilian, gives a sublime and majestic image of these lush landscapes where "arranged are the trees at equal distances, and coupled are the vines, forming a jolly picture, so much so that those lands seem adorned with leafy crowns."
An ecologically sustainable approach is essential to protect this land of inestimable beauty and millennial culture. Quality wines are produced here, thanks to the control of the entire production chain, from vineyard to distribution, with meticulous precision. The estate makes use of the most modern viticultural and enological techniques, without ever losing sight of the ethical principles of respect for nature, protecting the local tradition and favoring the production of wines of distinct typicality.