In the family's genealogical memory we can date the beginning of agricultural history with Agostino Merotto, an ancestor who was already known in the area at the beginning of the 20th century for the quality of his Prosecco. Going through and overcoming the period of the two great wars of the last century, naturally poor in oenological references, we arrive at the years of the rebirth and rediscovery of crops and the commitment of the farmers to the suitable areas of the different territories. 1972 thus marks the beginning of Graziano Merotto's entrepreneurial history, which immediately demonstrated a precise vocation and attitude towards the world of sparkling wines, concentrating sacrifices and experimentation in the search for a level of excellence that was recognizable and able to leave a qualitative trace destined to remain in the history of the area to which it belongs. This path, almost fifty years long by now, has been carried out according to a reasoned progression, in a pondered balance between the advent of technology and the work of the land practiced in a sustainable way in order to preserve its integrity and value. An articulated road needs good travelling companions and the team of human resources involved in the production chain, from the countryside to the collaborators working in the most distant countries of the world, represents, according to Graziano Merotto's philosophy, the real company heritage, without which nothing would be possible and the transformation of grapes into wine would remain an exercise in itself.To make good wine you need to know well the land from which it comes and the sky that governs us. This is the synthesis of the thought that has been handed down for generations in the Merotto house. Within the complex and fascinating world of wine, the ancestral bond between nature and man preserves and demonstrates all its evocative and inspiring power through the culture of hillside viticulture. The steepness of the vine's geometry allows exclusively manual work, handed down from generation to generation as an authentic religion of the land, in which respect, sacrifice and dedication represent the authentic and deep values of rural knowledge. In this we can recognize Graziano Merotto and with him his long history as a passionate winemaker.