In the heart of northern Italy, between Venice and the Dolomites, in the gracious town of Susegana, dominating the Marca Trevigiana, rises the San Salvatore Castle.
From 1245 to present day, the noble family of the Counts of Collalto have cared for and defended this land with passionate tenacity.
Here, in the medieval walls, crenelated towers, and protecting bastions, one can still hear echoing stories of ladies and knights, of Renaissance chivalric epics, and of baroque splendour.
Here, amidst the gently-rolling hills of Prosecco, covered with ancient woods, olive groves, pastures, and fields, one can wander almost forever, immersed in an uncontaminated nature that has remained pristine over the centuries.
It is here, between the castle and the winery on the plain below, that Princess Isabella Collato de Croÿ, the current owner, extends an elegant, exclusive welcome to her guests, along with a sparkling toast.