Veneta Botti | COMPANY
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Since 1997 Veneta Botti is a company in continuos expansion able to become in a few years a thanks to the quality of its products.


Marco Priori e Danilo Scopel, with more than 25 years of experience, lead the company with passion and technical knowledge.
Since 2010 the manufacture is located in Austria where VBS Schön GmbH produces casks and vats with first quality wood, personally selected and outdoors naturally seasoned.
Through the use of exclusive and innovative equipments, while remaining true to time-tested traditional techniques, guaranteed by the experience of our coopers, Veneta Botti gives high level products.
In the headquarter of San Vendemiano (TV) Veneta Botti takes care of maintenance (reparation, regeneration and sanitation) and the sale of used wooden containers (barrels, casks and vats) and the distribution of new oak barrels (french and american) of important cooperage.

We chose quality as a fundamental condition of work at every stage of production and our commitment in this regard begins with the choice of wood .

Since 2017 VBS Schön GmbH has got the certificate PEFC.

The PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) is an umbrella organization. It works by endorsing national forset certification systems developed through multi-stakeholder processes and tailored to local priorities and conditions.

The certified forests are regularly controlled by independent inspectors in order to comply with important principles: controlling the origin of the wood,  protecting ecologically important forest area, protecting workers’ rights and welfare and encouraging local employment, safeguarding the basic rights of workers, prohibition of the most hazardous chemicals and GMOs, prohibition of forest conversions; exclusion of certification of plantations established by conversions, maintaining or enhancing biodiversity.