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Starting from Valdobbiadene, following the descent shaped by the banks of the Piave river, you arrive in an almost enchanting moment in Vidor, where the Daldin company is located. The company was founded in 1960 by Giuseppe Dal Din, founder of the family and passionate winemaker, with his wife Lena. Afterwards his daughter Norma, Donna del Vino and administrator, worked closely with her husband Riccardo who followed the entire production chain, from the care of the vineyards to the winemaking and sparkling wine making, treasuring the best winemaking tradition.Today the company is followed by Norma, her daughter Alessandra and her husband Oscar. From the vineyards of the Daldin winery, located in the heart of such a generous land, come the fine Prosecco Superiore DOCG di Valdobbiadene grapes with which we produce our wines. The result of careful work that over the years have added experience, technology and professionalism to the passion and love for an art as ancient as modern, which allow us today to offer our customers a production of quality and prestige.We process grapes from our own and from selected grape growers in order to diversify and identify the different crus of the area according to the geological conformation. Strong of this heritage, not only material but also cultural-historical, the Daldin family has established itself on the international wine scene both with its wines and actively promoting the image of Prosecco and Italian sparkling wine.The history of the Dal Din Winery merges with that of the silkworm cultivation tradition. The building, in fact, brings with it the restructuring of the industrial architecture of the ancient Zadra Spinning Mill, built in the mid-19th century, which strongly marked the economy of this territory until the middle of the 20th century, when the Second World War brought the silk industry towards its decline.Statistics show that 80 women worked in the spinning mill, who reduced the cocoons produced in the houses of the country's farmers into raw silk, and then sent the finished product to the industries of Venice and Vicenza for subsequent processing into fabrics.