45° 45' 00" N


11° 32' 00" E




about this subregion

Nestled in the northeastern region of Italy, the Breganze Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) is a hidden gem among the country's renowned wine-producing regions. Known for its diverse and picturesque landscape, Breganze offers a unique environment that fosters the cultivation of both red and white grape varieties. The DOC's terroir is characterized by rolling hills, clay-rich soils, and a climate tempered by the nearby Alps. These factors come together to create an ideal setting for winemaking, resulting in wines that capture the essence of the region.

Among the most planted red grape varieties in Breganze are Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Marzemino, Merlot, and Pinot Nero. These grapes thrive in the region's microclimates, yielding wines with a rich depth of flavor, often characterized by notes of dark fruits and subtle earthiness.

On the white grape front, Breganze boasts Chardonnay, Friulano, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, and Vespaiola. These varietals flourish under the influence of the cool Alpine winds, producing white wines that are vibrant, aromatic, and often displaying a crisp acidity.

Breganze DOC represents a harmonious fusion of tradition and innovation. Its wines reflect the deep-rooted winemaking heritage of the area while embracing modern techniques to craft exceptional vintages. When exploring Italian wine regions, do not overlook Breganze, as it offers a delightful voyage through the diverse world of Italian wine in a stunning natural setting.



Vineyard Hectares



1300 - 1500


Discover Terroir

The Breganze DOC, located in the Veneto wine region, includes vineyards in the towns of Breganze, Fara Vicentino, Molvena, and Zugliano in the Vicenza province. The quality of the wines from this region is overseen by the Consorzio Breganze, which has the mission of ensuring that the wines meet the established standards of the Breganze DOC.

The vineyards of the Breganze wine region enjoy a decent amount of sunshine and often receive between 800 and 1100 millimeters of rain annually.

The soil is characterized by volcanic rocks, sedimentary rocks, sandstone and limestone, and loamy layers. Winters are chilly, while summers are hot without excessive heat.


Most Planted Red Grape Varieties: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Marzemino, Merlot, Pinot Nero

Most Planted White Grape Varieties: Chardonnay, Friulano, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc, Vespaiola

The Breganze wine region is celebrated for its exceptional red and white wines. Home to a variety of grape cultivars, this charming region showcases its unique terroir through its diverse wine offerings.

Among the most common red wines in Breganze, the indigenous grape variety Marzemino shines brightly. Renowned for its deep ruby color and enticing aromas of red berries, cherries, and a hint of spices, Marzemino wines captivate the senses with their elegance and finesse. The region's microclimate and favorable altitude contribute to the development of refined tannins and a balanced acidity, adding to the overall allure of these red gems.

On the white wine front, the Breganze wine region proudly features the Garganega grape as a prominent player. Garganega is responsible for crafting exquisite white wines with a pale straw color, offering delicate floral scents, notes of citrus, and a touch of almond on the palate. The region's cooler nights and warm daytime temperatures contribute to the grapes' gradual ripening, enhancing the wines' aromatic complexity and refreshing acidity.

Breganze's winemakers also demonstrate their skillful blending techniques, resulting in enticing red blends combining local varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc. These red blends exhibit a harmonious marriage of flavors, showcasing both the region's terroir and the vintner's artistry.

Similarly, Breganze's white blends often include Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco, and Tai (also known as Tocai), each contributing its unique character to the final wine. The well-structured and flavorful white blends are perfect companions to a variety of cuisines, making them a delightful choice for wine enthusiasts seeking versatility and finesse.

Whether you choose to savor the luscious reds with their expressive fruit profiles or indulge in the enchanting whites with their graceful aromas, the wines of Breganze truly embody the essence of this captivating Italian wine region.