Oderzo – Ca’ di Rajo Wines

Oderzo, of ancient Paleo-Venetian origins and a municipality of great importance in Roman times, the name of the city derives from the Latin Opitergium and the Venetic Obterg, or “market square”. After Verona, it is the second most important Venetian city of archaeological finds from the Roman age, collected and visible in the Civic Museum and preserved in interesting itineraries in the city itself.

The Ca’ di Rajo Wines winery is located in San Polo di Piave, a short distance from the Piave river and the city of Oderzo. Tradition and innovation blend with an international vision to enhance native cultivation techniques such as Bellussera, and native grapes such as Raboso, Marzemina Bianca and Incrocio Manzoni. Without forgetting the production of Prosecco DOC and DOCG and Pinot Grigio and Merlot. The company is now managed by the Cecchetto brothers, the third generation of the family who started the business in 1931.