Paolo Kessisoglu at Le Manzane for the Giro d’Italia: Vendemmia Solidale in support of C’è Da Fare

Despite the incessant rain this morning, the well-known Genoese actor and his team of tireless cyclists made a stop at Le Manzane winery on the occasion of the 107th Giro d’Italia

The beneficiary association of the next ®Vendemmia Solidale has been unveiled: it is C’è Da Fare (, the organization founded by the popular Genoese actor and comedian Paolo Kessisoglu who, this morning, following the Carovana Rosa of the 107th Giro d’Italia stopped at the Le Manzane winery in San Pietro di Feletto (TV).

Under a pouring rain, the famous team of tireless cyclists, supported by friends and supporters, took part in the charity ride that started from Alpago and arrived among the vineyards of the San Pietro di Feletto estate to the Ca’ del Poggio Wall.

On Sunday, September 8, 2024, Paolo Kessisoglu and volunteers from C’è Da Fare will participate in the “Vendemmia Solidale – Festa e Beneficenza nella Terra del Prosecco Superiore,” now in its 13th edition, which will take place, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., among the Glera rows of the Le Manzane estate in S. Pietro di Feletto (Treviso). The funds raised will be used to support the activities of the association founded with the aim of creating psychological support projects for teenagers in difficulty.

The ®Vendemmia Solidale is a great party open to all, an opportunity to relive the ancient peasant ritual of hand-picking grapes in a cheerful atmosphere in the beautiful scenery of the Prosecco Superiore Hills, proclaimed on July 7, 2019 a UNESCO World Heritage Site, among games, live music and the traditional snack in “caneva”.

Reservations are required to participate. Registration will be open from mid-August. Aspiring grape pickers can register by calling 0438 486606 or emailing

The Le Manzane winery is located in San Pietro di Feletto (Treviso), halfway between the Dolomites and Venice, in the hilly strip of the province of Treviso, in the heart of the Prosecco Superiore Hills, proclaimed a UNESCO World Heritage Site on July 7, 2019. The family-run winery is strongly rooted in the Treviso area as a producer for 40 years. The winery, among the most dynamic and interesting in the Conegliano Valdobbiadene wine scene, distributes both in Italy and abroad, reaching 30 countries.

C’è Da Fare ETS is a nonprofit association, born in 2023, from an idea by Paolo Kessisoglu that is committed to breaking down the stigma of mental illness in adolescents. It designs and initiates concrete projects, scalable throughout the country, that can take teens without a compass by the hand, bringing them back to life and a daily routine as they go along. Collaborates with hospitals, UONPIAs and other agencies that can provide support to adolescents and families in serious distress. Informs about mental health, initiates structured fundraisers, creates events, sports and cultural initiatives to support projects.

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