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There are people who are able to listen to the whispers of nature ... to observe and understand the essence of the places that have become their home in the name of a respectful balance sealed by silence. Historical evidence traces the viticultural vocation of the hills of the Marca Trevigiana back to the Middle Ages. Here excellent white wines were produced which, as it was written in 1606, were exported and appreciated “in Venice, in Germany and as far away as Poland”.
It was a natural selection that imposed the Glera in this wine court of the upper Marca and especially in the Valdobbiadene area where it has reigned since then on the steep slopes of the Pliocene hills. The environment is severe, we are close to the first peaks of the Dolomites, but well protected and kissed by the warm light of midday. It is here, in this environment with very solid roots of peasant labor and rich traditions, that our history begins. In 1920, grandfather Abele bought a vineyard naturally arranged as an amphitheater from Count Balbi Valier. Beautiful and full of promise. A land to start over with, together with his son Adriano. Abel had an extraordinary intuition: to separate this vineyard from all the others, because its characteristics were different. Thus it was that, in August 1933 at the First Typical Italian Wines Market Exhibition in Siena, he presented the Riva Giardino Asciutto, in fact the first real Cru in Valdobbiadene. The breath is breeze, the heart is earth, the vine is life. That life that has been flowing in the Adami family's veins for three generations, guardian of the history of a rural world that offers the harmony of an emotion. Having picked up the baton, Adriano Adami continues his father's work, making his quality Prosecco known to the local market. In the 1980s, the circle closes with the third generation: fresh winemakers, Armando and Franco Adami perfect the business, combining family traditions with specialization and technique. A modern wine-making and sparkling-making plant is born, the brand conquers new markets and solid prestige. Adami today produces about 750,000 bottles with grapes from about 50 hectares of vineyards, 12 of which are directly managed, the others of small winemakers historically linked to the company, with a shared tendency to quality grapes.