Ca di Rajo is a winery immersed in the valley and surrounded by vineyards, strictly suitable for the production of both still and sparkling wines. The winery, built in modern style but respectful of the traditional architecture of the Piave area, is equipped with modern facilities for winemaking.
Ca di Rajo still use the ancient method of vine cultivation called Bellussera. Mainly utilised in the Veneto region, the system was invented, towards the end of XIX century, by brothers Bellussi from Tezze di Piave (TV) in an attempt to defeat downy mildew. The Bellussera consists of a structure where four metre high poles are linked by iron cables arranged in rows. Every pole supports four vines positioned at 2.50 meters from the ground. Each vine grows upwards and diagonally to the lane, forming a system of rows.