Carpenè Malvolti - historic Italian winery - was founded in 1868 at the request of Antonio Carpenè. He had the forward-looking dream of producing sparkling wines and spirits from the grapes of the hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene. This became a mission that continues today in the fifth generation. The winery is located in Conegliano, an elegant artistic town in the province of Treviso, in the heart of the Prosecco Superiore D.O.C.G. area, and seat of the first viticultural school in Italy, founded in 1876 by Antonio Carpenè himself. For his commitment in favor of the growing recognition of Italian oenology and because it is thanks to him that the town of Conegliano has become the home of Prosecco - which since 2009 has been designated "D.O.C.G." (Controlled and Guaranteed Denomination of Origin) - the town council named a street after him and erected a bust in his honor at the entrance to the School of Viticulture, which is still one of the most prestigious viticulture schools in Italy. From 1868 to the present day, Carpenè Malvolti has identified itself with its history, rooted in the wine-growing area and consisting of research, specialization and passion, and has thus contributed decisively to the cultural, economic and social growth of the wine-growing area of Conegliano Valdobbiadene. First winery in Italy to produce Prosecco as a sparkling wine, which perfected the sparkling wine process (Charmat method), which created the first label with the name "Prosecco Amabile dei Colli di Conegliano" already in 1924, which linked the name of the wine to the grape variety and its area of origin, and which wrote the name PVXINVM on the label for the first time in 2015.