wine producer

Ca’ di Rajo

Region: Veneto


Ca’ di Rajo is run by the Cecchetto brothers Simone, Alessio and Fabio - the third generation of a family who started the business in 1931. Located in a special place, where the Venice Lagoon meets the Dolomites, the winery seamlessly blends tradition and innovation. They prioritise native training systems and grape varieties while embracing an international perspective.
The Carmine Chapel, Convent House, and Rai Tower are historic structures that are part of the Ca’ di Rajo estate, dating back to the 14th century. Originally part of a Carmelite cloister complex, they were commissioned by Rambaldo XII, Count of Collalto. Despite floods and the destruction of the nearby castle during World War II, the Carmine Chapel remains well-preserved.


The Ca’ di Rajo estate is located near San Polo di Piave, Treviso and they produce high quality DOC and DOCG prosecco.
They pay special attention to a certain training system called ‘Bellussera’. It involves a wide planting distance, where wooden posts of approximately 4 meters in height are connected by iron wires. Some of these vines have reached 70 years of age.
The winery has recently earned the SQNPI certification, a voluntary program that ensures they follow specific technical standards for farming, including protection against various risks and practices like fertilizing and watering.