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Die Hügel des Prosecco zwischen Conegliano und Valdobbiadene

Valdobbiadene, Italien

Valdobbiadene (Aussprache: [valdobˈbjaːdene]) ist eine norditalienische Gemeinde in der Region Venetien in der Provinz Treviso. Sie befindet sich 4 km vom linken Ufer des Piave entfernt und hat 10.259 Einwohner (Stand 31. Dezember 2019) und liegt 254 m s.l.m. Die Nachbargemeinden sind Alano di Piave (BL), Farra di Soligo, Borgo Valbelluna (BL), Miane, Pederobba, Segusino, Quero Vas (BL) und Vidor.

Located in north-eastern Italy, the property includes part of the winegrowing landscape of the Prosecco wine production area. The landscape is characterized by ‘hogback’ hills, ciglioni – small plots of vines on narrow grassy terraces – forests, small villages and farmland. For centuries, this rugged terrain has been shaped and adapted by man. Since the 17th century, the use of ciglioni has created a particular chequerboard landscape consisting of rows of vines parallel and vertical to the slopes. In the 19th century, the bellussera technique of training the vines contributed to the aesthetic characteristics of the landscape.