The international Co-op of Italian wine

Valpolicella, Prosecco, and Barbaresco, three prestigious Italian wines, join together to transmit Italian values of cooperation concerning both vine and oenology and improve international promotion. For this ‘The Wine Net - Italian Co-Op Excellence’ was born.

This is the first project of its kind in Italy and involves wine cooperatives, with three names that have been long credited in the Italian oenological scene: Cantina Valpolicella Negrar, Cantina Produttori di Valdobbiadene - Val D'Oca, and Cantina Pertinace. It is an open project, which aims at soon expanding to other structures coming from the best Italian wine-growing areas and with a historical vocation for quality productions.

‘The Wine Net’, as a modern enterprise, wants to make itself capable of intercepting in the best possible way both current and future opportunities from the market, starting from the development of international markets (both traditional and emerging ones), as well as a better presence on the Italian market, which is still considered as strategic for the competitiveness of companies in our Country.

Cantina Valpolicella Negrar is a cooperative located a few kilometres from Verona, in the heart of Classic Valpolicella. The current production is obtained from more than 90,000 tonnes of grapes conferred on average, for a capacity in cellar equal to 160,000 hectolitres.

Cantina Produttori di Valdobbiadene - Val D'Oca is located in the hills between Asolo and Conegliano, in the province of Treviso. Today it is an important oenological local and national reality, composed of 600 members and 954 hectares of vineyards. It collects and processes annually about 15,000 tonnes of raw material, suitable for the production of Cartizze, CGDO Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, and guarantee of origin Prosecco wines.

Cellar Pertinace is a cooperative that is identified with its territory, the one of Barbaresco. Today the members are 17 and cultivate 90 hectares of vineyards with a typical production of Langhe.

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