Schiopetto

Everything started in 1970 in the vineyards around the Archbishop’s Palace at Capriva, ceded in rent to Mario by the church; vineyards which Mario completely rennovated and which finally became his property in 1989 after many postponements. Mario, fully aware that the real wealth and strength of the business, are…

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Sandrone

Luciano Sandrone is one of the most iconic producers in Barolo, and his is both a well known and extraordinary story. He started to learn viticulture at the age of 14 or 15, and after years of work as a cellarman he depleted his life savings and purchased his first…

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Cembra

CEMBRA cantina di montagna is the highest winery on the Trentino mountains (700 m ASL). Established in 1952 at the initiative of a group of vine-growers, today its members number about 400, passionately dedicated to heroic grape growing on the hard-to-reach terraces that are typical in the valley. Cembra is…

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Borgogno

Since 1761, the most historical winery in Barolo. The underground cellars continue to represent a rare historical memory of the Langa to this day, and the wines are made according to tradition: long spontaneous fermentations in concrete tanks without the use of selected yeasts, and long periods of ageing, strictly…

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Villa Girardi

Villa Girard was established by the Tommasi family in 1986 in the historical Valpolicella wine region in the north west of Verona, famous for its densely layered Amarone and Recioto wines. The estate was named after the venetian villa which was erected on the land in the 1700’s, now home…

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Umberto Cesari

The Umberto Cesari winery sits in the picturesque hillsides of Emilia-Romagna and was founded in 1965 with the purchase of twenty hectares of prime vineyards. The Cesari family now owns 470 acres including the presitigious vineyards of Parolina, La Casetta, Laurento, Ca’Grande, and Macolina. All of the wines are Estate…

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Pighin

As a result of the second World War coupled with the unbeatable resolve of the Friulian people, the region of Friuli-Venezia-Giula was rebuilt from rubble into what it is today; one of Italy's most technically advanced and commercially savvy wine producing areas. One of the regions most well regarded producers…

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Michele Chiarlo

The wine producing firm of Michele Chiarlo was founded in 1956 by Michele Chiarlo who is now joined by his son Alberto in continuing the philosophy underpinning the quality driven wines. It was discovered during the 1980's, after experimentation in the vineyard, that an extraordinary increase in quality could be…

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Mantellassi

The Fattoria Mantellassi has a long and vivid winemaking history dating back to the 1800's when the Mantellassi family worked in the vineyards of the Magliano sub-region of Tuscany. It wasn't until the 1960's that the Fattoria or 'Farm' was able to acquire land and plant four hectares of their…

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Garofoli

Casa Vinicola Gioacchino Garofoli is one of the oldest estates in The Marche, a region extending from the mountainous chain of the Apennines to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east; bordering Abruzzi, Latium, Tuscany, Umbria and Emilia Romagna. The Garofoli's began making wine in 1871 and remains…

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