The company has deep roots in Vo', a small village in the Euganean Hills in a volcanic area, where everything smells of wine and the signs of a centuries-old wine-growing culture are visible everywhere. Terre Gaie's success is down to the love of wine, a passion that combines modern technology with great respect for tradition. Here, in fact, the most classic wines of the area, such as Moscato giallo Colli Euganei Fior d'Arancio DOCG, are produced using advanced methods and equipment. The company, which directly manages 17 hectares of vineyards, collaborates with 54 local winemakers, small producers who follow the cultivations faithfully according to the guidelines and production of the Terre Gaie philosophy, which has long been present on the market with its highly appreciated wines like Triangolo and Unico. In recent years, much has been done to promote the recovery of indigenous grape varieties such as Turchetta, Pattaresca and Corbinona, which we find in the much-loved Rosso Vittorio. Tradition, therefore, but also innovation, with an open eye to the future.