The company's history is deeply rooted in the wine-growing tradition of the Valdobbiadene area, proven by the place name "Case Bisoi" (the Bisol family's houses) traced on the oldest maps right in the centre of Cartizze. In the second half of the 19th century, Eliseo Bisol owned a small winery in Santo Stefano and his son Luigi, one of the first oenologists in Valdobbiadene, built a cellar in Montebelluna around 1920. In 1950 Giustino Bisol founded the new company with his cousin, whose surname was chosen as the trademark for their enterprise.
From the beginning, Ruggeri was one of the few wineries in Valdobbiadene dedicated to producing sparkling wine. Giustino's work had found natural continuity in the work of his son Paolo and niece Isabella. In 2017, Ruggeri became part of Rotkäppchen-Mumm, a choice supported by a complete coincidence of vision, trust in the same values and the common goal of ever-higher quality.
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