In 1887 the love and passion for the land of master winemaker Francesco Mionetto, the forefather of the family, led him to open the Mionetto winery set amidst the gently rolling hills of Valdobbiadene, in the heart of the Conegliano-Valdobbiadene D.O.C.G. area. In its one hundred and twenty-five years of history, Mionetto has become a flagship for the area and a shining example of Prosecco production on the international scene. Since the very beginning, Mionetto has always been a modern, innovative company able to anticipate fashions and trends whilst at the same time maintaining a strong bond with the traditions of its homeland, a feature which still today sets it apart from other sparkling wine producers. Passion, tradition, research and excellence are the fundamental values of this winery and its brand, each with their own unique, unmistakable style.
For 125 years Mionetto in Valdobbiadene has been writing the history of Prosecco, interpreting this outstanding local wine and telling the world about it. Ever since it was founded in 1887, the winery has always been considered modern and innovative, due to its ability to anticipate fashions and trends while maintaining strong bond with the traditions of its homeland, a feature which still today sets it apart from other sparkling wine producers.
The innovative image of these semi-sparkling wines demonstrates Mionetto’s ability to understand modern trends and different market requirements. The products in the “il” line have been designed with a younger, more original image for light, informal, social drinking. The nature of this unique product is reflected in the distinctive design of the bottle and the name, which sets it apart from all Mionetto’s other ranges – simple, direct, striking – and in the clear-cut, eye-catching graphics. The range features a modern, easy-to-open crown cap. “il” Prosecco D.O.C., “il” Rosé and “il” Moscato low-alcohol wines are enjoying huge success at international level.The range also comprises “il” UGO!,. This ready to drink aperitif, made from a blend of white semi-sparkling wine and elderflower cordial, originally came from Alto Adige but its popularity is now spreading outside the region.