There are two historically important areas for producing Case Paolin wines, they are near to each other, but very different. On one side, there are the grey stones of the Belvedere plain that were once the bed of an offshoot of the Piave river and which give the base wines produced on them an irresistible freshness. On the other side, there are the red soils of the Montello hill, the iron-rich and sanguine lands which produce complex and long-lived wines.