This independent family-owned winery in Piave has been going since 1931, long before Prosecco became the runaway success story it is today. They own all their own vineyards, don't buy in any grapes or wines, and so are totally in control of their own destiny. And they make pretty special Prosecco. We particularly fell in love with very naturally refreshing Lemoss, which is made in the traditional way: dry, unfiltered and frizzante. But all their Prosecco wines are exemplary, smart and delicious.