Valdobbiadene is in the province of Treviso, located near Venice in the foothills of the Venetian Prealps. The region is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, largely because of its role in producing its most representative wine, Prosecco. The soils are calcareous and loamy, with traces of silicon. This variety of soil, in combination with a range of local microclimates, gives different characteristics to the quality of the grapes.
Ancient vineyards and traditional wine-growing roots are a longstanding feature of these areas and represent the foundations of the handmade production of Colderove.