Colli Euganei is situated in the province of Padua. The hills are of volcanic origin so that their soils are highly suited to the cultivation of vines.
In the past, shoots of various varieties were planted in a single vineyard. In more recent times, the need for a more rational system of cultivation has led growers to renew the vineyards, which has profoundly changed the production profile of the Colli Euganei. The new approach to grape-growing and winemaking was adopted in the sixties with the introduction of specialized vineyards and considerable space was set aside for Moscato, Tocai, Merlot and Cabernet vines.