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Villa Delgi Olmi Winery

Creazzo Vicenza, Italy.

Since 1885, Villa Degli Olmi is a winery with a long tradition for the quality and distinctiveness of its wines. As early as 1926 Giovanni's wines were awarded the gold medal at important wine exhibitions of the time. The activity intensifies in the following years when the second generation enters the company, giving further impetus to business. Immediately after the Second World War, one of Giovanni's sons, Aurelio, decides to carry out an important autonomous project and open a newly built cellar. He chose the town of Creazzo as a location, then a small village close to the city of Vicenza, where his most loyal customers were found.


Villa degli Olmi are always very careful about where they grow their vineyards, as the quality of the land is essential to enhance the characteristics of the various wines of their company. Villa Delgi Olmi have chosen soils of various conformations, to better develop the variety of our products.(VDO) has about 70 hectares of vineyards that grow between the province of Vicenza and that of Padua, splendid soils to grow Glera , which will then produce a fine and delicate Prosecco DOC , and other typical vines of the area, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio.


The Vineyard Growing Regions of Villa Delgi Olmi Italy.


CÀ MOROSINI_Altavilla VicentinaThe vineyard is characterized by a calcareous-marly soil, this term indicates that the limestone contains a certain amount of clay;

CÀ GHELLINA_ThieneGlera vineyards stand, consisting of an arenaceous soil that gives the wines a balanced character in its alcoholic and phenolic components. This type of soil gives the wines a fine and persistent aroma.

THE GRAVELS_SandrigoAt the gates of Sandrigo, north of Vicenza, there are vineyards called “gravels” as the soil is pebbly and permeable.

MONSELICE  Euganean HillsThese vineyards at the foot of the Euganean Hills have a volcanic soil, a very precious soil for viticulture. Volcanic soils are in fact rich in potassium, magnesium and phosphorus.


Villa Delgi Olmi has been one of the first wineries to receive the Certification UNI EN ISO 9001 as early as 1996; in 2004 it obtained the certification SA 8000 (protection of workers' rights), in 2005 obtained the UNI EN ISO 14001 and EMAS(referred to the respectful cycles for quality, safety and environment); and finally in 2011 received the BRC and IFScertifications. All organic practicing vineyards, however not registered under certification.

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