With a long wine-growing tradition, Marsuret – the local nickname for the Marsura family – has been producing wine in the Valdobiaddene hills since the founding of the company in 1936 by Agostino Marsura. Marsuret’s mission is to produce world-class Prosecco and Valdobbiadene DOCG Superiore through passion for cultivation of their family-owned vineyards. Sons, Giovanni, Valter, and Ermes grew up among the vines and today hold the reins of the company, bringing fresh ideas, new skills, increased knowledge, and great enthusiasm to Marsuret.
Location of Vineyard
The Marsura family owns 111 acres (45 hectares) of vineyards that are found scattered throughout the most prestigious areas of the DOCG zone: Cartizze, Col San Martino, Guia, Premaor, Rolle, Zuel, and Le Serre. The unique exposure, microclimate, and soil characteristics of each location make the quality extraordinary in each wine. Perfumes, aromas, and bouquet express the fascinating peculiarities to the specific situation of each vineyard. The grapes are harvested manually, with picking usually starting in mid-September and lasting about one month.
A genuine passion for quality wine cultivation forms the basis of the Marsuret mission, including meticulous care for the vineyards, harvesting by hand, and careful grape selection. As a proud heir to the family tradition, Ermes Marsura has inherited a wealth of knowledge and understanding, yet has brought about significant changes, with new production techniques and careful research so as to guarantee faultless products. The winery houses some of the most advanced technology to help guarantee quality while ensuring minimal interruption to the environment – it is almost hidden from view sitting among the family’s vineyards.