Conte Collalto Farm is a leading winemaker, and one of the oldest wine producers in Italy.
In 958, Berengar II, then King of Italy, gave his son-in-law Count Rambaldo – an ancestor of the Collalto family – the County of Lovadina in the heart of the Treviso Marches, an area of “meadows, pastures, woods and vineyards”.
Today, the farm is run by Isabella Collalto de Croÿ, the eldest daughter of Prince Manfredo di Collalto, who took over the direction of the winery and vineyards left to her by her father in 2007, with the aim of continuing to improve the business with passion and determination.
The winery is located in the historic 1904 Susegana structure, where Conte Collalto’s prized wines are born. Technology and respect for architecture make this complex an example of equilibrium and productive efficiency.