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Nature’s bounty: The Collio, unique and unrepeatable

The Collio is a special territory, right between the Julian Prealps and the Adriatic Sea. Thanks to its peculiar climate and unrepeatable soil - “Ponca” (in the Friulian dialect), or “Flysh” (in Italian) - featuring the stratification of marl and sandstone, it is ideal to grow numerous vine varieties, both native and international.

This type of soil originated during the Eocene period, more than 65 million years ago, when Russiz Superiore was the site of a coral reef, evidence of which can still be found.