Maso di Mezzo
This village, once called “Mezzo” is now Mezzocorona: a village that has always been protected by a mountain of dolomite rock which rises majestically above the village.
A land of borders and a mix between Germanic Europe and the Italian territories to the south. A land of battles and conquests, which has seen men and women dedicate their lives to the cultivation of the vine since the dawn of time.
A "Maso" was the traditional house in the village of Mezzo: a rural dwelling built in the Middle Ages, with its own cellar and storage room, with adjoining gardens, vineyards, and woods.
An industrious and simple lifestyle was led in those days, a life of work and devotion, marked by sacred and profane rituals and influenced by the rhythm of nature. Making wine in a Maso di Mezzo was a natural and daily activity, but one of great importance, of religious value and also of social liberation.