The Lison Pramaggiore DOC Appellation appeared in 1971, with the recognition of the Lison appellation, created to protect the Tocai di Lison, and the Pramaggiore appellation, established to protect the Merlot and Cabernet of this area. In 1974 the two appellations were merged into the Lison Pramaggiore DOC.
The area of the Lison Pramaggiore DOC appellation extends between the provinces of Pordenone, Treviso and Venice, whose borders are marked in the East by the Tagliamento river and in the West by the Livenza. The temperate climate is guaranteed by the proximity of the sea, the presence of lagoon areas and the flat position which favors the exposure of the vineyards to the winds of this area such as the Bora, a fresh and dry wind, and the Scirocco, a warm and humid wind. The presence of winds, mainly in the evening, favors the temperature range between night and day, consequently providing many aromatic precursors.