Serafini & Vidotto

Serafini & Vidotto are two old schoolfriends who decided to unite their talents and passion for high quality wines and vineyards, and so back in 1986 they purchase 20 hectares of vineyard land and ventured into the winemaking world.


From the very beginning, they chose to plant and make wines from international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, though the pair has recently begun working with a once famous but now forgotten native grape, Recantina. In fact, Serafini & Vidotto has long been considered one of, if not the best producers of Cabernet wines in North Eastern Italy.


Increased production numbers and mounting success meant that the two friends were forced to build a bigger cellar. Thanks to a collaboration with a renowned architect, the result was a very modern, two story, gravity-flow winery. Over the years, the wines of Serafini & Vidotto have met with such success that in the November 2006 issue of the Gambero Rosso magazine, Serafini & Vidotto’s most famous red, the Rosso dell’Abazia, was placed in twentieth place among fifty Italian wines that had most often won the magazine’s top Tre Bicchieri award.

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"The world-famous Veneto producer Serafini & Vidotto makes an outstanding Recantina wine: besides being just plain excellent, is also the closest thing to what I think Recantina as a wine grape can give and what its wines ought to be like. In this light, the 2016 Serafini&Vidotto Recantina Montello Colli Asolani is just a textbook example how lovely these wines can be." 93 points, Ian D'Agata, Terroir Sense (January 2021)


(Rosso dell'Abazia, 2012) "Wow. This is an explosive nose of blue fruit such as mulberries, blackberry bush, tons of violets, slate, crushed stones, balsamic and Indian spices. Full body, a dense, decadent center palate, layers upon layers of fruit, tangy acidity and a long finish. Drink in 2020, but delicious now." 95 points, James Suckling, Jamessuckling.com (October 2017)