Ca’ del Faggio

A territory our family knows well.
Ca’ Del Faggio has its roots in the hamlet of Guia, set in the Valdobbiadene hills, the Prosecco Denomination of Origin Controlled and Guaranteed “DOCG” area renowned for the best quality wines. The woods, mountains, climate and soil are just some of the elements that contribute to growing grapes with the freshness and acidity typical of, and unique to, Guia.
Drink Ca’ Del Faggio means total immersion in wine, territory, history and culture.

We are two brothers, Simone, agronomist, and Ivan, oenologist, who have chosen to continue our family’s agricultural tradition, which dates back to the 1950s, simply because we like it.

We are farmers at heart, viticulture is our passion and it’s what we want to do.

Both of us love the outdoor life,
it’s in our blood and we
are ready to deal with
all the unexpected problems
of working the land.

Wine involves a year of work and much of what vines yield is influenced by the elements.

The roots of our estate were reinforced in the 50s by our great grandfather Giovanni. At that time it was a mixed farm with a few vineyards and lots of animals.

Our grandfather Urbano, and then our father Eros, carried on this mixed farming until the end of the 1980s, when the estate was dedicated exclusively to growing grapes for wine and traded under our surname, Spagnol.

In 2017 we founded the Ca’ Del Faggio estate and initially produced two versions of Prosecco Superiore DOCG, “Fogliargento” and “Fogliaoro”, to which we have added “Col Fondo”, wine that undergoes second fermentation in bottle, and a cuvée that blends six historic varieties to
produce a unique wine named “QVÈ”.

The roots of our estate were reinforced in the 50s by our great grandfather Giovanni. At that time it was a mixed farm with a few vineyards and lots of animals.

Our grandfather Urbano, and then our father Eros, carried on this mixed farming until the end of the 1980s, when the estate was dedicated exclusively to growing grapes for wine and traded under our surname, Spagnol.

In 2017 we founded the Ca’ Del Faggio estate and initially produced two versions of Prosecco Superiore DOCG, “Fogliargento” and “Fogliaoro”, to which we have added “Col Fondo”, wine that undergoes second fermentation in bottle, and a cuvée that blends six historic varieties to
produce a unique wine named “QVÈ”.