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Vinicola Serena

Vinicola Serena was founded in 1881 and since then has never ceased to innovate, adapting to the times and the demands of the market while attention to quality, the environment and especially the customer remain unchanged. 
The corporate management is now in its fifth generation under the guidance of two brothers Gerardo and Giorgio Serena, who are helped by their children Chiara and Luca.
Inside the company, more than a hundred years of history and tradition blend with innovation and the most up to date machinery, allowing it to achieve significant production volumes and meet the diverse needs of customers, providing them with the peace of mind to trust a safe and competent company.
The customer has a wide range of choice of different types of wine in both barrels and bottles with different brands and different

types of products including DOC (Controlled Designation of Origin) and DOCG (Controlled and Guaranteed Designation of Origin) fizzy and sparkling wines, especially Prosecco, and quality red and white IGT wines.
The company, located in Conegliano, manages different stages of the production cycle from procurement of the raw material - the prized grapes from the hills of Conegliano in the Veneto region – to the processing and laboratory control of the product, from fermentation to bottling and drumming, from storage to transportation.
Vinicola Serena boasts a large productive power which, combined with experienced teams and organized logistics, allows a worldwide distribution.

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IWSC: bronze medal goes to the Prosecco Terra Serena


The Prosecco Doc Treviso Extra Dry Terra Serena was awarded with the bronze medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition, getting on the podium in a competition among wines from 90 different countries, selected with a bling tasting. 

Terra Serena reaches VIS island in Croatia


Thanks to the long-time collaboration with BA COM from Spalato, owned by the brothers Iljia e Ivan Babic, Terra Serena is present in the most famous bar of  Vis island, the castle of Fort George. 

De Rerum Bulla. Celebration night of the Italian and French bubbles.


Is it possible to summerize Champagne and Prosecco? 

The answer was “De Rerum Bulla”, the event organized by Vinicola Serena - old producer of Prosecco, and one of the few Italian companies that owns a Champagne label - held in the Ville d’Arfanta di Tarzo (TV) estate to connect the two wines and their bubbles, involving restaurant owners, institutions and journalists from the North East.