DOC area (also Montello-Colli Asolani) for a wide range of white wines and red wines in the Italian Veneto region It is named after a 370 meter high elevation. The zone completely covers the municipalities of Castelcucco, Cornuda and Monfumo, as well as parts of Asolo, Borso del Grappa, Caerano San Marco, Cavaso del Tomba, Crespano del Grappa, Crocetta del Montello, Fonte, Giavera del Montello, Maser, Montebelluna, Nervesa della Battaglia, Paderno del Grappa Pederobba, Possagno, San Zenone degli Ezzelini and Volpago del Montello in the province of Treviso. The Venegazzù subzone covers part of the municipality of Volpago del Montello.
The Bianco is blended from Chardonnay (40-70%), in any use of Bianchetta, Glera, Manzoni Bianco and Pinot Bianco (30-60%), and other authorised varieties (max. 15%). Rosso is produced from Cabernet Sauvignon (40-70%), Cabernet Franc and/or Carmenère and/or Merlot (30-60%), as well as other authorised varieties (max. 15%). The Venegazzù (also as Superiore) is produced from Cabernet Sauvignon (50-70%), Cabernet Franc and/or Carmenère and/or Merlot (30-50%), as well as other approved varieties (max. 15%). A Spumante is produced from the two white wines Chardonnay and Pinot Bianco
The Rosso Superiore has been marketed from the 2012 vintage as Montello Rosso to the DOCG.