Cembrani D.O.C. is a consortium of six small family concerns - four wine producers and two distilleries - located in the Valle di Cembra:
- Azienda Agricola Simoni Ferruccio
- Azienda Agricola Zanotelli
- Azienda Vitivinicola Nicolodi Alfio
- Azienda Vitivinicola Villa Corniole
- Distilleria Paolazzi
- Distilleria Pilzer
The Valle di Cembra is one of Italy’s ‘Historic Rural Landscapes’, where vines have been cultivated since the 4th century BC. It embraces one of the oldest vine-growing areas in the Trentino, a mosaic of audacious terraces held up by 708 km of dry stone walls (inspiration for the names of two wines, the “708 km Cembrani Bianco” and the "708 km Cembrani Rosso”), which now produce the perfumed Müller Thurgau, the intense Pinot Nero and the fresh Chardonnay, ideal for sparkling mountain wines. A short distance from Trento, at the entrance to the Fiemme and Fassa valleys and along the course of the river Avisio, the valley is regarded as the gateway to the Dolomites.
The Cembrani DOC Consortium, whose aim is to promote the valley as a whole and the excellent wines produced there (also making use of e-commerce), sought inspiration from the characteristics of this particular landscape for its logo, a stylised glass of wine composed of the initials C and D, inside which are the shapes of dry stone walls, lush vines and the flowing river Avisio, which over the centuries has eroded the slopes.