The Bedin estate is nestled in the fertile hills between Mount Grappa and the Piave River in Cornuda, a charming small town in the Treviso province. Purchased in 1948 by great-grandfather Giovanni who planted the first 3 hectares of vineyards here, the estate has been passed down through generations of the Bedin family. The current owner, Enrico, is responsible for transforming it from a traditional farm into a modern winery, while remaining faithful to the core values passed down by his ancestors. He is assisted by his brothers, Luigi, Denis, and Damiano, and the vineyards have grown to cover 40 hectares of land.

The estate remains strongly rooted in their community and is guided by the values inherited from past generations. Their approach to winemaking is one marked by a dedication to indigenous grape varieties as well as to their land, the use of environmentally friendly growing techniques in addition to modern equipment, and an adherence to the highest standards of quality possible. Bedin’s core philosophy of winemaking, both rooted in the past and with an eye to the future, sets this family winery apart as truly admirable.


Fine Details
Established 1948
Total Bottle Production 1,400,000
Total Cases Production 116,667
Hectares Planted 80
Acres Planted 197.68
Farming Method Sustainable
… Since 2018
Certified Sustainable