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THE WINERY
The winery, founded by Agostino Marsura, is still located in Guia in the original structure, which has been significantly improved over the years and now houses the most modern technological solutions to guarantee quality and protect the environment. The winery is almost hidden in the territory between the family vineyards, which are also located in the most prestigious areas of the DOCG, such as Cartizze, Col San Martino, Guia, Premaor, Rolle, Zuel and Le Serre.

THE FAMILY
Ermes, the son of Giovanni Marsura, who today manages the company, was born and raised in the vineyards and has inherited from his ancestors a precious legacy of knowledge and values. Ermes Marsura is not only a proud preserver of tradition, but has also embarked on an important phase of development, characterized by the introduction of new production techniques and research to ensure a product that is impeccable in every respect. Proof of this are the numerous awards, especially in the sparkling wine categories Prosecco and Superiore di Cartizze. The future can only go in the same direction, thanks to the contribution of ideas, new knowledge and the enthusiasm of the sons Alessio and Enrico.

THE HISTORY
Marsuret is the historical nickname of the Marsura family, whose members, who have been growing grapes for generations, have always been inextricably linked to the hills of Valdobbiadene. The company was founded in 1936 by Agostino Marsura, who bought a vineyard in Val de Cune in Guia di Valdobbiadene and began producing the first naturally fermented sparkling wine in bottle. His brother Giovanni, younger by many years, continued on the path of quality production, dedicating himself to the care of the vineyards, manual harvesting and selection of grapes for the production of the wines. Values that now as then characterize the winery Marsuret.

THE VINEYARDS
The vineyards of Marsuret are scattered on the hills where the Prosecco Valdobbiadene DOCG is produced. Each site is special and each vineyard offers different characteristics to the Prosecco Superiore. Precious and scattered are the vineyards that have always been cultivated by hand on the steep slopes. Due to the location, microclimate and soil characteristics, the quality is exceptional and each wine is different. In the fragrances, in the aromas, in the bouquet are expressed the fascinating peculiarities due to the specific location of each Marsuret vineyard. - Gerardo [TS06/22]


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Profile
NameMarsuret
CategoryVeneto
Founding Year1936
OwnerMarsura Family
OenologistMariano Pancot
Annual Production (Btls)350.000
Vineyard Area (Hectare)45
Additional Purchase5%
Cultivationconventional

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