Casa Vinicola Botter is a family owned winery headquartered in Fossalta di Piave, a small town near Venice. Founded in 1928 by Carlo and Maria Botter, the business started by selling wine in barrels, before moving to bottled wine in the ‘60’s under the direction of brothers Arnaldo & Enzo Botter. Today they are one of the largest producers and exporters of Italian wines. The winery is run by the third generation, Luca, Annalisa & Alessandro Botter.
2nd generation Arnaldo & Enzo with 3rd generation Luca, Annalisa & Alessandro
Botter follows a multi-territorial approach, offering wines from all over Italy - Veneto, Abruzzo, Campania, Puglia, Sicily and more. They have a storage capacity of 23.5 million liters, with 452 fermentation tanks and 5 bottling lines.
Their site La di Motte was established in the 70’s in Motta di Livenza. Vineyards are planted on the border between Veneto and Friuli. This site is a tribute to grandmother Maria, from Friuli, a strong-willed entrepreneur.
Their newest site, Masseria Doppio Passo, is in Puglia’s Salice Salentino. Here they have 1,500 hectares.