Col San Martino
VALDOBBIADENE DOCG Exhibition
Born from the initiative of friends who, with a joyful spirit, awaited the people at the exit of the church offering a good glass of wine, it became one the longest-running events of Primavera del Prosecco, that every year with the same spirit offers about a hundred labels from the producers of Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG.
For PDP Guest Card holders: 10% discount on the first bottle purchased.
There is a deeply widespread belief in the Prosecco Hills: couples who want a child come up to the Temple of San Martino to ask the Saint for intercession, and the promise to call their child by the name taken from an urn preserved here. This belief is not the the only thing Col San Martino, a district of Farra di Soligo, is known for. This small paradise surrounded by vineyards rises along the Raboso stream, leaning against the slopes of the hills that border the Quartier del Piave to the north.
In addition to the Temple of San Martino, the Church of S. Vigilio is also to visit. It was built in the 10th century on the top of the hill overlooking Col San Martino and the entire valley up to and beyond the river Piave, and this feature made it an important observatory for the Austro-Hungarians during their occupation in the First World War.
The Archpriest Church dedicated to SS. Annunziata built in 1898 in Lombard style and containing numerous works of art, the Oratory of Piazza Rovere owned by Villa Dalla Rovere Paccanoni and the belfry of Santa Maria in Silvis, the only remnant of the thirteenth-century church that stood here are as well noteworthy. The numerous churches and capitals that testify to the strong faith of the inhabitants in the nearby Farra di Soligo are definitely not to be missed. Among these, worth mentioning are the Hermitage of San Gallo, which offers a breathtaking view of the Quartier del Piave, and the ancient church of San Lorenzo, that previously belonged to the Castle of the feud and burg of Credazzo run by the Da Camino. And, to this day, the bell that is inside the bell tower is rung on the day of San Lorenzo.
Skewer, grill, typical cold cuts and cheeses
From Wednesday to Friday 18.00 – 24.00
Saturday 16.00 – 24.00
Sunday 9th April 15.00 – 20.00
Monday 10th e 24th April 10.00 – 24..00
Sunday 16th e 23rd April 10.00 – 24.00
Tuesday 18th April 18.00 – 24.00
Piazza Rovere, 4 – Col San Martino (TV)