Redentore means salvation: freedom from the plague that had Venice firmly in its grip between 1575 and 1577. It commemorates one of the most traditional festivals, the “Festa del Redentore”. Every third weekend in July, Venetians celebrate freedom from the plague with magnificent fireworks displays and lavish dinners on the boats that fill the city.

Redentore is a winery in the south of Veneto. Particularly noteworthy is the winegrowers' deep connection with nature. The winery near Venice does not use pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers and insecticides.

The De Stefani family has been producing wines in the Veneto region of Italy for four generations. Local yeasts are used in the production of the wines.

The grapes come from the young and middle-aged vineyards of the Piave area and the hills of Conegliano Valdobbiadene.

The climate is warm during the day and cool at night, the clay and mineral soil and the proximity to the Adriatic Sea and the Dolomites are crucial elements for producing fruity, fresh wines with character.

No matter whether you are looking for a fresh summer wine or a full-bodied red wine. The wines from Veneto will definitely convince you. There is something for everyone here!

The De Stefani family produces their wines with great dedication. You can taste this dedication in the wines. We were particularly impressed by the natural and close-to-nature production.