San Floriano del Collio is an Italian town in the province of Gorizia in Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
The name Collio means hill, and has always been a perfect soil for the cultivation of wine. The wine area extends through the northern belt of the province of Gorizia, in a territory of 1600 hectares of hillside vineyards in the municipalities of Gorizia, Capriva Del Friuli, Cormòns, Dolegna del Collio, Farra d'Isonzo, Mossa, San Lorenzo Isontino and San Floriano del Collio.
The word Collio means all over the world to talk about great white wines like Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio and Ribolla Gialla. No less important are the native vines, a perfect synthesis between history, tradition and the desire to identify wine and territory. The Ribolla gialla vine is one of the few that has two fundamental characteristics: a historical tradition born on the Collio and a potential of absolute quality, able to bring this wine to the top of international production for white wines.
The collio is also a hymn to nature between country roads, paths, woods, parks and accompanied by the orderly and continuous architecture of the vineyards and supported by the refreshment from the cellars, farms, taverns, wine shops.