The charming town of Susegana, near Conegliano, in the historic Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco area, is located between a vast plain criss-crossed by the waters of the Piave, and the foothills of the Alps.
In this exact spot, now occupied by our house and cellar, there was once a forest. My great-grandparents gradually cleared the hill, cultivating the land and planting vines.
I like to think that the name comes from “bosco arato”” – ploughed forest.
In time the Boscaratto family bought the property, dedicating themselves to looking after the land and vineyards, and preserving the natural symbiotic relationship between man and nature, in which the hard, ongoing manual work of the winemaker favors and shapes the landscape, thus continuing a centuries-old tradition.
The ties that bind the winemaker to his vines are of fundamental importance to us. We are members of the FIVI. The expression of the territory is present in the bottle both in the Martinotti type and in the version refermented in the bottle.”