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Who we are

Instituted in 2011 from the union between the Consorzio di Tutela DOC Lison Pramaggiore and Vini del Piave DOC, the Consorzio Vini Venezia has the objective of promoting and protecting the wines which grow in a unique territory, suited to viticulture for centuries, which embraces also the city of Venice.
The area protected by the Consorzio Vini Venezia includes the provinces of Venice, Treviso and Pordenone and the appellations Lison DOCG and Malanotte del Piave DOCG, the DOC Venezia and the two historical DOCs Lison-Pramaggiore and Piave.






The Consorzio Vini Venezia is committed to promoting the wines of the five appellations through several activities. In particular, the Consorzio Vini Venezia enhances its products and the work of its members, bringing them closer to the public, through participation in events and trade fairs, either in Italy as well as abroad.
In addition the Consorzio Vini Venezia promotes wine tours and wine tastings dedicated to experts and wine lovers and takes care of communication through printed informations to social media.

Protection and vigilance

Together with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, Forestry and trade associations, the Consorzio Vini Venezia protects its appellations thanks to regulations for the production. The goal is to guarantee the quality of the product to the final consumer. To ensure compliance with the specifications and their correct application, the consortium offers assistance to all producer members.

Member service

The Consorzio Vini Venezia, being a free association of producers, offers its members regularly an accurate updating activity through the distribution of agronomic bulletins.
Training meetings are also periodically organized in collaboration with experts.

The Organizational Chart and CDA


Giorgio Piazza


Mauro Stival

Franco Passador

Loris Vazzoler

Luca Sergio
Simone Cecchetto
Andrea Masat
Francesca Genovese
Enrico Pivetta

Roberto Cia

Elena Motta
Riccardo Geremia

Stefano Quaggio


Mauro Seggi

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