• Arnaldo Caprai

    Arnaldo Caprai

    It is one of the most famous wineries of Umbria, a real and proper enological monument of Montefalco. It was founded in 1971 by Arnaldo Caprai, a successful textile entrepreneur with the dream of changing his life and producing wine, realizing the great potentialities of a grape variety which was unknown at that time to the general public, Sagrantino. It will be his son Marco, starting from 1988, to involve great personalities and professionals of the sector in order to give the best value to this autochthonous vine and to make Caprai's winery the flagship and the undisputed protagonist of its land. The great vintage of 1993 represents the apex of all the work and efforts of Marco, making him enter the Olympus of the greatest Italian producers. Today Arnaldo Caprai winery and Sagrantino di Montefalco can be said to be synonymous. Thanks to the great popularity reached all over the world, many producers have followed the example of this important reality and Sagrantino has rightfully entered the podium of the greatest red wines of Italy. This winery has proven how an ambitious dream could be transformed, thanks to the deep connection with the history and the particularities of the territory, in bottles of very high value, which also include expressions of Montefalco Rosso and Grechetto. All Caprai wines are produced in a modern and functional underground cellar, completely renovated in 1997. Here there are steel tanks for fermentation and many oak casks for aging: 2,000 French barriques from Allier, Nievre and Vosges and 15 large Slavonian oak casks. The goal of this work is the same as thirty years ago: to focus on the great richness of Montefalco's tradition, recovering it in a modern way. Technology, expertise, experimentation and innovation contribute together to the creation of powerful, full bodied and long-lived red wines having a great personality. The many awards obtained make this winery a real and proper symbol of excellence of the Umbrian territory, a milestone in the discovery of a grape capable of exciting like few others, that Sagrantino accompanied to very high qualitative levels. 

  • Astoria Wines

    Astoria Wines

    Astoria is a very famous name of quality Prosecco, a brand known all over the world. Born in 1987 from the entrepreneurial drive of Paolo and Giorgio Polegato, who belong to a family with a historic winemaking tradition, it now boasts 40 hectares of vineyards in the heart of one of Italy's most famous appellations: Conegliano Valdobbiadene.

  • Avignonesi


    The Avignonesi winery was founded in 1974 and is located in the Tuscan Vino Nobile DOCG region of Montepulciano. The winery took a new direction in 2009 with the purchase of the winery by Virginie Saverys, a Belgian businesswoman, supported by a team of motivated young people, such as agronomist Alessio Gorini and oenologist Matteo Giustiniani. Virginie immediately turned to natural agriculture, through an organic and biodynamic approach, in harmony with the environment, a very challenging approach given the winery's 200 hectares of vineyards, but her courage has already paid off. The Avignonesi vineyard park is divided between eight vineyards in Montepulciano and two in Cortona, with different soils that allow for variety and experimentation in the vineyard. The philosophy of the work in the field is totally focused on respect for nature, with the use of biodynamic preparations to avoid as much as possible the introduction of copper and sulphur into the soil. Herbicides, pesticides and synthetic fertilisers are totally banned, replaced by green manure between the rows and phytotherapeutic infusions capable of strengthening the vine's natural defences. Avignonesi's wines, thanks to the conversion to organic and biodynamic methods, are changing for the better every year, with aromas and flavours that are increasingly broad and faithful to the land. The cellar, located on the Lodola estate, contains both large Slavonian oak barrels and French oak barriques. The vinsantaia, where the Vin Santo and Occhio di Pernice mature in "caratelli", is located at the Le Capezzine estate. Wines of great personality and balance, with a battery of Rossi and Nobili di Montepulciano of excellent quality. Simply extraordinary and not to be missed is the Vin Santo, for true connoisseurs.

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  • Ca' di Frara

    Ca' di Frara

    Founded in 1905 by Francesco Bellani, great-grandfather of the current owner Luca, starting with about fifteen hectares of vineyards, the Ca' di Frara winery has grown from generation to generation to the 47 hectares it has today, with a production of about 400,000 bottles spread over 13 labels. Luca's father, Tullio, who passed away a few years ago, was one of the leading figures in Oltrepadana wine-growing. Although it is known above all as a sparkling wine company, Cà di Frara also stands out for its Riesling and red wines, capable of fully expressing the potential of Croatina, the grape variety that identifies the Oltrepò.

  • Ca' Viola

    Ca' Viola

    The Ca' Viola winery was founded out of passion by winemaker Beppe Caviola in 1991 in his native Montelupo Albese, a small village in the Langhe, from a small rented Dolcetto vineyard. One day Elio Altare, already a star of Barolo at the time, tasted a Dolcetto that Caviola had vinified by hand in his parents' garage: this is how a very successful wine story was born. Today Beppe Caviola produces, alongside the historic Barbera and Dolcetto labels, also a Barolo, which he defines as "the crowning achievement of a journey", being able to count today on 14 hectares of vineyards, divided between Montelupo and Novello. The Montelupo vines can be over 40 years old and are rooted on impressive slopes, on soil similar to that of Serralunga. The Novello vineyard is located in the small cru of Sottocastello, at an altitude of 470 metres, cultivated with Nebbiolo. The winery is located in Dogliani, in a splendid 19th century villa, called Villa Bracco. The wines of the Ca' Viola cellar are true precious jewels of the Langhe, born from the passion and competence of Beppe Caviola, who in just a few years has gone from being a successful young oenologist to a renowned producer. Dolcetto, Barbera and Barolo are the magnificent fruit of grapes and time, with little intervention in the vineyard and in the cellar.

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  • Canoso dal 1876

    Canoso dal 1876

    Canoso winery was established in 1876 when the family's lands were converted from vegetable gardens to vineyards. The production area of Soave Classico is linked to its territory, and to its Swabian rulers, called Suaves.

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  • Cantina Produttori San Michele Appiano

    Cantina Produttori San Michele Appiano

    Appiano, at the gateway to the Dolomites, with over 1,000 hectares of vineyards, is South Tyrol's largest wine-growing community in the heart of the province of Bolzano. The 385 hectares of vineyards belonging to the winery's 330 members are spread over sunny slopes, where nature offers excellent conditions for the production of extraordinary wines.

  • Cantina San Paolo

    Cantina San Paolo

    The San Paolo area is characterised by the natural biodiversity of the vineyards. On the slopes and hills that were formed during the last Ice Age, different types of soil alternate and each vine finds its ideal location.

  • Cantine Zaccagnini
  • Casa Gheller

    Casa Gheller

    Old-fashioned expertise and modern management attentive to market developments are combined in the recent agreement signed between Casa Gheller and Fratelli Rinaldi Importers for the exclusive distribution of Prosecco. Casa Gheller takes its name from a historic family of winemakers in Valdobbiadene (Tv) who carefully and expertly produced wines of particular quality.

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  • Cavallotto


    At the gates of Castiglione Falletto, in the heart of the Barolo area, lies Tenuta Vinicola Cavallotto, which covers an area of 25 hectares, 23 of which are vineyards. The siblings Alfio, Giuseppe and Laura Cavallotto, assisted by their father Olivio and uncle Gildo, have been running this historic company since 1928, always capable of keeping up to date, while remaining firmly anchored to the winemaking traditions of its history, which have always seen it capable of producing real wines, the proud expression of this unique territory. 

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  • Clara Marcelli

    Clara Marcelli

    Clara Marcelli is a winery founded in 1992 with historical and productive roots in the rolling hills of the Piceno region of the Marche, in the province of Ascoli Piceno. Emanuele and Daniele Colletta are at the helm of the business, and rather than focusing on the spotlight and media publicity, they have preferred to concentrate on hard work in the vineyard and cellar. Today they can boast of 35 hectares of property, only 14 of which are planted with vines and the rest with arable land, olive groves and some woodland. Thanks to the olive trees, the company can also boast a small production of extra virgin olive oil. The location of the Clara Marcelli winery is characterised by a unique and exceptional microclimate for the production of quality wine. The vineyards, situated at an altitude of 280 metres above sea level, enjoy the breezes coming from the Adriatic Sea and the temperature range generated by the proximity of the Apennines. The soil is minimally clayey and almost entirely tufaceous with compact aggregations of fossil-rich sandstone. The production philosophy of the Colletta brothers is to create wines that are as representative as possible of the potential of the land, with full respect for the environment, using the principles of organic farming. For years they have relied on the agronomic and oenological advice of Marco Casolanetti, of the Oasi degli Angeli winery, a young and talented creator of true and authentic wine expressions of the Marche region. The varieties cultivated are those typical of the area, Montepulciano and Sangiovese for the reds, Pecorino and Passerina for the whites. The harvest is carried out manually, after careful selection of the bunches of grapes in the vineyard, so that only the best raw material is brought to the winery once it has reached full maturity. Over time, the winery has grown and modernised, enlarging its spaces and replanting the Montepulciano vines, the clones of which date back to the 1970s, in the Rocchetta Vineyard. Today Clara Marcelli can boast of a spacious, modern and functional winemaking room, capable of producing an increasingly high quality range of products.

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  • Contratto


    The Contratto winery has an ancient and prestigious history that has its roots back in 1867, when Giuseppe Contratto decided to produce the first sparkling wines and build that extraordinary underground cellar, known today as the "Cathedral of Wine". Recognised as the oldest producer of Metodo Classico in Italy, the estate boasts the primacy of having been, in 1919, the first to produce a dry sparkling wine, produced only from Moscato grapes.

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  • De Angelis Corvi
  • Dolce & Gabbana
  • Domaine de Montille
  • Dominio del Aguila
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  • Elio Perrone

    Elio Perrone

    The Perrone family has been producing Moscato d'Asti on the splendid hills of Castiglione Tinella since the end of the 19th century. Today, after 4 generations, Stefano and his wife Giulia, who took the reins of the winery since 1989, carry on the family tradition with passion and enthusiasm, with the precise goal of producing quality wines which are the expression of single vineyards. Elio Perrone winery's vineyards are distributed in two different areas: a part around the historical headquarter, on lands suited for the cultivation of Moscato; the rest at Isola d'Asti, where Barbera plays the main role. In particular, in the area of Mongovone we can admire vineyards with vines that are more than 100 years old! The vines are planted in a hilly terrain, in favorable conditions of sunshine, at an altitude of 360 meters above sea level. To this fantastic landscape, located between Langhe and Monferrato, made of woods and vineyards, Cesare Pavese dedicated some of his unforgettable pages. The production of Perrone winery is now diversified between expressive Moscato d'Asti linked to Monferrato's traditions and Barbera of great class. These are enological pearls born from an age-old knowledge and from the dynamic and innovative spirit of Stefano and Giulia: a story of love and good wines, which we hope will last for a very long time.

  • Emidio Pepe

    Emidio Pepe

    Pepe winery was established at the end of the nineteenth century, when Emidio Pepe, grandfather of the current owner, found in the hills of Torano the ideal habitat for the two main grapes of Abruzzo: Trebbiano and Montepulciano. Already in 1944 his son Giuseppe was known in the whole area for the quality of his bulk wine. Twenty years later his nephew Emidio inherited the land and the knowledge to elevate Trebbiano and Montepulciano to the test of the bottle, so much that the winery in Torano Nuovo will be described by the great Mario Soldati. Since 1964 Pepe winery has become a symbol of territorial expression and longevity, thanks to the untiring activity of Emidio and his wife Rosa. Since some time also daughters Daniela and Sofia, with the contribution of their granddaughter Chiara, are putting into practice the secrets learned by their parents in order to keep intact the viticultural heritage of the winery, following the way of organic farming before it was certified by an institutional stamp or became a fashion. Today Pepe winery has gradually passed from the organic method to the biodynamic one: Emidio, thanks to 50 years of harvesting behind him, has been able to perfectly regulate plant nutrition, soil working, pruning and vine vegetation, limiting any kind of intervention in the vineyard and in the winery. The 15 hectares of Emidio Pepe's properties are located in a breathtaking landscape, with the sea just few kilometers away and Gran Sasso at the back, with clayey and calcareous soils and a ventilated microclimate with good temperature range. No invasive products are used, no selected yeasts are used to trigger the alcoholic fermentation and no enzymes are added to favor the genesis of aromas. Both in the vineyard and in the cellar, in fact, only natural products such as copper crystals, mine sulfur and biodynamic preparations are used. This is the philosophy the Pepe family applies step by step in the process which leads to the production of its wine, always vinified in cement and aged without using wood casks in the cellar. Emidio Pepe is a great family business that over the years has been able to maintain a constant and absolutely impeccable production quality, succeeding in every vintage to represent the terroir and the charm of Abruzzo in every bottle.

  • Enrico Serafino 1878

    Enrico Serafino 1878

    The Enrico Serafino winery was born from an act of strong will and great courage inspired by the love of wine. In fact, Enrico Serafino came from a family of pasta producers in Romano Canavese, with no connection to the world of wine. The current owner family, Krause Gentile, has renewed the original act of will of the founder by adopting the attention to detail, the artisan soul and the respect for future generations that have distinguished Enrico Serafino wines since 1878.

  • Eros Buratti

    Eros Buratti

    Eros Buratti is a cheese refiner, an ancient profession that is part of the tradition of our area, surrounded by green mountain pastures. Our area is full of small, artisanal companies dedicated to dairy production, placing quality, careful selection of raw materials, and knowledge and skill in choosing the products to put on the market at the top of their priorities. The affineur, as Eros often says, is the one who takes the cheese "from kindergarten to university", from the maturing cellar to the table.

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  • Fattoria Coroncino

    Fattoria Coroncino

    Fattoria Coroncino owned by Lucio Canestrari and his wife Fiorella Di Nardo was established in 1981 in Staffolo, in the province of Ancona. Since the beginning, Mr. and Mrs. Canestrari have cultivated their vineyards, which originally did not have more than three hectares of land, with organic farming: grassing, no fertilization and low sulfur dioxide are just some of the cornerstones around which the whole business activity revolves, from the vineyard to bottling. Today the Fattoria's vineyards cover a total of 17.5 hectares (17.5 acres), located between 250 and 400 meters (825 and 1325 feet) above sea level. 9.5 hectares are located in the cru Coroncino, Cupramonata and San Paolo di Jesi, which are among the most suitable terroirs for the cultivation of Verdiccio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico, maybe because of the nature of the soil, rich in calcareous marl. The owners like to point out they do not belong to any association and they are free to make wine the way they like it, pleasing, light and rich of the aromas of this land. In order to summarize this production philosophy, the Canestrari have adopted the motto that appears on all their back labels: "'ndo arivo metto 'n segno". The annual production of the Fattoria is deliberately kept low in order to privilege quality to the maximum, to the detriment of quantity; the grapes are harvested at a very late stage of maturation, rigorously selected by hand, the pressing is soft, in order not to disperse the aromas, and the fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature in order to obtain the maximum quality.

  • Fattoria dei Barbi

    Fattoria dei Barbi

    Fattoria dei Barbi is a solid winery in Montalcino which has its roots in the Middle Ages. Colombini family, owner of the winery, can in fact boast a long noble tradition from Siena and owns vineyards in Montalcino since 1352. The recovery of these lands, starting from the end of the eighteenth century, led to the foundation of the winery, to which are owed important records, such as the promotion and valorization of Brunello di Montalcino all over the world from the 1960's on. Today Fattoria dei Barbi is led by Stefano Cinelli Colombini, a great producer who was able to take on the responsibility of a great heritage projecting it towards the future. In fact, his work consists in reconciling tradition with an openness to modernity through continuous experimentation and a calibrated use of technology. The 75 hectares of vineyards, located between 250 and 450 meters above sea level on soils rich in marl, sand and clay, are cultivated with a high planting density and low yields per hectare, in order to ensure the high quality of the grapes. Since 1997 to the historical properties in Montalcino has been added a property of 28 hectares in Maremma, Aquilaia dei Barbi, bought by Stefano before investments in the territory became a fashion. Fattoria dei Barbi, thanks to a consistent vineyard, produces every year about 800,000 bottles, of which 200,000 of Brunello only, offered at a very competitive price. These wines are characterized by a typical and territorial style, with a modern aromatic cleanliness and have a quality/price ratio which has few equals in the splendid territory of Montalcino.

  • Fattoria Nicolucci
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  • Fiasconaro


    The Fiasconaro company was founded in the 1950s and is now in its fourth generation, raising the standards of its products year after year. The one who gave the turning point to this company was Nicola Fiasconaro, master pastry chef, who had the successful idea of focusing on a typical northern dessert "Panettone", the strong point of this business. His dedication and hard work led to Nicola, although he was already an award-winning pastry chef, even being awarded the title of Cavaliere del Lavoro in 2020 by the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella in person, an honour that encapsulates the history of an entire family that has dedicated body and soul to pastry-making.

  • Fontodi
  • Fonzone
  • Gaja
  • Garbole
  • Giacomo Fenocchio
  • Giuseppe Quintarelli

    Giuseppe Quintarelli

    The work of Giuseppe Quintarelli has been a real source of inspiration for all those producers who have begun to try their hand at Amarone production and today the winery is undoubtedly an essential point of reference for those who wish to approach this wine. The Quintarelli cellar, even without the supervision of its founder, continues to be an excellence in this world. In the winery in Via Cerè, a true quintessence of winemaking tradition, positive innovations in the management of the winery activities are beginning to be noticed, always respecting tradition, due to the arrival of Fiorenza, Giuseppe Quintarelli's daughter. The vineyards mostly surround the winery and rest on limestone and basalt soils. The rest of the property includes land in Sant'Ambrogio, in the famous Conca d'Oro, in Montorio and Valgatara. Maniacal attention to detail, such as the use of wooden stakes in the vineyard, precautions in pruning, wooden boxes for the harvest and bamboo areolas for drying the grapes: all the measures taken in the vineyard and in the cellar to ensure the highest quality wine in full respect of tradition. Complexity, character and unique aromas are the essential characteristics of Quintarelli wines, which represent an integral part of their territory of birth, proud bearers of the unique and inimitable character of Amarone.

  • Glenfarclas
  • Grattamacco
  • Il Marroneto
  • Il Poggio
  • Il Poggione
  • Il Tufiello
  • Illuminati
  • Inama


    We are in the Veneto region, between the provinces of Verona and Vicenza. Here the Inama family cultivates its vineyards in pleasant places, theatres shaped by nature and time, cradles of traditions and civilisation.

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  • Jerome Prevost
  • La Gerla

    La Gerla

    La Gerla was born from the passion of its founder, Sergio Rossi, a former successful advertising executive, director of three large European branches of a well-known agency, who fell in love with this harsh and at the same time sweet land and became almost a true "Ilcinese", loving its vineyards as if they were his own children. This gentleman, with his mischievous and lively gaze, has managed to create here in Montalcino a small crù where the most advanced technology is combined with the wisdom of farmers and oenologists to produce excellent products that are born from the Tuscan soil and become great thanks to the work of man, who at La Gerla plays a leading role. The estate, with its characteristic name of Colombaio, was owned by the Biondi Santi family, which even then produced one of the best Brunellos in the area. Sergio Rossi bought it in 1976, completely restored it respecting the original environment and shortly afterwards, in 1978, created and diffused the La Gerla brand. At La Gerla, in spite of the great development and the many changes, importance continues to be given to man and his feelings, listening to what the land whispers every day, respecting its rhythms and satisfying its needs. And perhaps this is also why, in recent years, La Gerla has received high marks in the best wine and food guides and specialised magazines, as well as the appreciation of wine bars and restaurants. Perhaps each one of them, when tasting a glass of Brunello La Gerla or Birba, perceives in the bouquet not only the scent of berries or rosemary but also the heart of those who work there. Sergio Rossi left us in July 2011, but what he taught us all will remain clear in our memories, especially his great attention to quality and detail, which especially in these wines make the difference. His philosophy will continue to be a point of reference to allow us to continue to produce great wines.

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  • Le Potazzine

    Le Potazzine

    The term "Potazzine" in the Montalcino area is used to indicate the "cinciallegre", the lively and colourful little birds that inhabit the Tuscan countryside; by axiom this term is also the affectionate nickname used by parents and grandparents to call their little girls. In fact, the Potazzine are Viola and Sofia, the two daughters of Giuseppe and Gigliola Gorelli, who founded the winery of the same name in 1993. Giuseppe, an agricultural expert and oenologist, is the soul and the engine of the company and personally follows, with great passion and competence, all the phases of work both in the vineyard and in the winery, following very natural criteria, without compromise. The estate consists of 5 hectares of vineyards, 3 of which are in the locality of La Prata, near the Winery, and 2 more to the south in the locality of La Torre, all situated on land registered for the Brunello di Montalcino. Giuseppe, after many studies and experiments, has developed a procedure for the production of an exceptional Brunello, artfully combining the grapes of the two farms. The Cantina's recently built building is located underneath an old stone farmhouse: 400 square metres where all the stages of vinification and ageing take place, which is carried out in Slavonian oak barrels. The wines produced by Cantina Le Potazzine, Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino, stand out for their character and personality and have become a symbol of Tuscany and Italy in the world.

  • Lis Neris
  • Luigi Einaudi

    Luigi Einaudi

    Luigi Einaudi began his political career first as a 'vigneron', buying the San Giacomo farmstead in Dogliani at the age of 23. Only later did he become the great economist, academic, journalist and, in 1948, the second President of the Italian Republic. But he never forgot his land and passed on his love for it to his heirs, who have expanded the farm to 148 hectares. The surface of the farm is about one hundred and forty-five hectares, most of them located in the municipality of Dogliani, the others on the hills of Cannubi and Terlo Vie Nuove and partly in Treiso.

  • Luigi Tecce

    Luigi Tecce

    Luigi Tecce is an artisan micro-producer from Irpinia. His scarce 2 hectares of over 80-year-old vines are located in the Taurasi area, notoriously the most suitable in Campania for the production of great reds. More than a craftsman, he is a true artist, making wines as they once were, using organic and biodynamic methods in the vineyard and refusing any technological input in the cellar. These are true hand-made wines, with long spontaneous fermentations and prolonged ageing in wooden vats. As a result, he obtains wines of great depth and enormous ageing potential, which give their best at least 10 years after harvesting. This Aglianico is poetry in the bottle. The old vines with low yields and the natural approach of the vigneron make it a unique red wine of great finesse and complexity. The nose is heady with scents of berries and spices, in the mouth it is juicy, rich, soft and savoury. Produced in just 9,000 bottles. Not to be missed.

  • Lunae Bosoni
  • Maccario Dringenberg
  • Mancini Pastificio Agricolo
  • Marchesi Frescobaldi

    Marchesi Frescobaldi

    The long history of the Frescobaldi family began around the year 1000 with the flourishing of the banking activity of medieval Florence. In short, the Frescobaldi family became absolute protagonists of political and economic life and earned the title of treasurer of the English Crown. They inscribed their name in the history of Florence, commissioning great public and architectural works such as the Santa Trinita bridge over the Arno river and the basilica of Santo Spirito, entrusted to Filippo Brunelleschi.

  • Marfuga


    The Marfuga farm was founded by an old farming family and takes its name from the hill of the same name where it is located. The earliest documents found in the farm's storehouse are authentic prints bearing the Papal States' marks, which prove that oil was already being sold in the 19th century.

  • Masciarelli


    Masciarelli is one of Abruzzo's symbolic wineries and this is due to a profound and iconic personality like that of Gianni Masciarelli, who passed away too soon, but who still accompanies us today with his profound words and his wonderful wines: "Being on my side is absolutely not necessary and even less desirable: on the contrary, a dose of curiosity, as in front of a foreign creation, with an ironic resistance, would seem to me an incomparably more intelligent position towards me". The story of Masciarelli wines began over 30 years ago, when Gianni started his business in 1981 in the small village of San Martino alla Merruccina, at the foot of the Maiella and since then his love for his land, his family and his wine have never abandoned him. Even his wife Marina Cvetic, fascinated by this charismatic man, decided to start her own line of wines, where she and only she could decide what to produce and how. So Cantina Masciarelli became like a family, unique in the world, but made up of two very distinct identities that have always remained inseparable. Today, the Masciarelli winery's estates extend over 320 hectares, 273 of which are planted with vines, while the remainder are cultivated with olive trees for the production of an excellent oil. In just a few years, starting almost from nothing, the Masciarelli winery has become one of the largest wineries in the Abruzzo region and is destined to remain at the highest level, thanks also to the contribution of Miriam, the founder's daughter, who together with her mother is carrying on the very important legacy left by her father.

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  • Mazzetti D'Altavilla
  • Monte Rossa
  • Montevertine


    Montevertine has been inhabited since the 11th century. Traces of the original construction, undoubtedly of a defensive nature, are still visible, later transformed into a rural dwelling. Montevertine was bought in 1967 by Sergio Manetti, then a steel industrialist, as a holiday home. He restored the house to make it habitable and immediately planted two hectares of vines and set up a small winery with the idea of producing some wine for his friends and clients.

  • Mustilli


    Mustilli is a historic winery in Campania with strong ties to the Sannio area and the Falanghina grape. It is precisely this variety, symbolic in these lands, that gave rise to the history of the winery; in fact, in 1979 the first bottled Falanghina was produced by the Mustilli family. A production in the sign of the Campania tradition, inaugurated and brought to the big screens by Leonardo, considered today as the father and discoverer of this grape, and that today shines under the name of his daughters Paola and Anna Chiara who guard the precious heritage of the estate. Paola takes care of the commercial aspect, while Anna Chiara looks after the vineyards and the processes in the cellar, assisted by the oenologist Fortunato Sebastiano. The winemaking and ageing rooms were once located in the historic centre, under the family palace, and still today in these ancient cellars dug out of the tuff at a depth of about 15 metres are the fine wines that have contributed to the history of this historic winery. The grapes of the Mustilli winery grow on the hills of Sant'Agata del Goti, a small village at the foot of Mount Taburno, and belong to the long tradition of this territory: Falanghina, first of all, followed by Greco, Aglianico and Piedirosso. Leonardo himself, at a time when these vines were being supplanted by the much-appreciated and renowned international varieties, decided to replant them with the tenacity to keep alive the most genuine memory of tradition. The result repaid him with wines of great quality that still today represent a flag and a symbol of the whole territory. Mustilli wines are divided into selections and classic wines. The fresher and more direct wines bear the symbols of the city on their labels: the bridges, the river, the crown and the cross. On the other hand, the more intense and complex wines interweave the ancient world with the modern one through ancient portraits retouched by the pop symbols of John Lennon, David Bowie and Annie Lennox. Reds and whites of strong territoriality, full of a sincere and lively soul, with a savoury, fresh and Mediterranean taste. A point of reference in the region and throughout Italy.

  • Petrolo


    The Petrolo winery is located in the province of Arezzo, in the municipality of Mercatale Valdarno, among the green Tuscan hills. In the Middle Ages, the estate was part of the Galatrona fiefdom, as can still be seen by the ancient tower, from which Petrolo wines take their name, and the parish church that contains a baptismal font by Giovanni della Robbia. Already at that time, in this marvellous part of Tuscany, excellent wines were produced, which today have reached the top of Italian oenology. The Petrolo winery covers a very large area: 272 hectares, 31 of which are planted with vines, the others with olive groves, woods and three lakes where it is possible to go fishing. In 1940 the estate was bought by the Bazzocchi family and today the owner is Luca Santjust, son of Lucia Santjust Bazzocchi. Since the 1980s, the objective of the Petrolo winery has been the total quality of the wines produced, starting with an understanding and interpretation of the enormous potential of the land. The vineyards are planted mainly to: Sangiovese, from which an excellent wine called Torrione is produced, and Merlot, from which Galatrona is made, an incomparable red wine that contends with the best red wines of Tuscany.

  • Pierluigi Zampaglione
  • Pieropan
  • Pietroso
  • Pio Cesare

    Pio Cesare

    Pio Cesare winery boasts, with its glorious and centuries-old history, important records which make it one of the most renowned and important wineries of the Langhe area. It was established in Alba in 1881 by entrepreneur Cesare Pio, a great wine lover and pioneer of values such as quality and stylistic originality. At the beginning of the 20th century his brand was already known throughout Europe, becoming a reference point for Piedmontese wine in the world. A fame and prestige on the national and international market that has continued first under the leadership of Rosy Pio and her husband Giuseppe Boffa and, today, under that of their son Pio Boffa. Currently it exports in more than 50 countries and it is one of the most famous and important Italian wineries, known both by the general public and by wine lovers. Vineyards extend for a total of 70 hectares (750 acres) among the hills of Barolo and Barbaresco and it boasts particularly suited plots, such as Bricco di Treiso and Ornato in Serralunga d'Alba, as well as many important crus. Each of these vineyards is included in the list of Additional Geographical Mentions of Barolo and Barbaresco. The winery, located in the historical center of Alba, has 4 floors below the level of Tanaro river and, besides representing the ideal environment for the production, aging and preservation of wine, it is also an important piece of history. It was in fact excavated and built in the eighteenth century and it is delimited by the ancient Roman walls of Alba Pompeia. In this extremely evocative historical context wines are produced according to the classic and traditional practice of blending the characteristics of vineyards instead of making wine separately from the many crus. This is how it was done in the nineteenth century and this has remained the production method of the family. Fidelity to a classic style, consistency in quality and great care in the vineyard and in the cellar accompany the whole production. Pio Cesare wines are an important historical evidence and an example of quality and prestige that still today sets the standard. They represent the history and tradition of the Langhe, but also their future and their success in Italy and in the world.

  • Planeta
  • Poliziano
  • Produttori del Barbaresco
  • Querciabella
  • Romano Dal Forno

    Romano Dal Forno

    It is almost unbelievable to believe that Romano Dal forno can continually produce exceptional wines with great tannic structure, balanced acidity and a truly superlative softness. Yet this is exactly how it is, vintage after vintage, he continues to amaze us. Romano Dal Forno was born in 1957 in Capovilla, a few kilometres from Illasi. It is in this land, where wine is not so much a product as a philosophy of life, that the family has been looking after its vineyards for four generations. The turning point in his life and work came at the age of 22, when he met Giuseppe Quintarelli, who became an enlightening guide for him: he opened his eyes to a new way of producing wine and planting vineyards, making him understand the importance of focusing on quality rather than quantity. The early days were characterised by many difficulties, but the union of the family and the contribution of Romano's sons, Marco, Luca and Michele, led the winery to quickly become an absolute reference point in the world wine scene. Over the years, thanks to the commitment of the entire family, the company has achieved unparalleled standards, with the persistent aim of offering unique emotions and pleasures to anyone who drinks a Dal Forno product. A winery that tells the story of a territory and its traditions: an absolute reference point for Italian wine.

  • Sanchez Romate
  • Sartarelli
  • Schiopetto
  • Sergio Mottura
  • Siro Pacenti

    Siro Pacenti

    The Siro Pacenti winery was established in 1970, the year in which the first vineyards were planted and are still in production today. Currently owned and managed by Giancarlo Pacenti, the company is located in the northern area of Montalcino, and at the moment has about 22 hectares of vineyards, which contain only Sangiovese grapes, a variety that in Montalcino meets its highest expression in purity, in Brunello. Taking advantage of the best and most advanced technologies in the field of oenology, the Siro Pacenti winery can count on a modern wine cellar, where, however, tradition and acquired knowledge never take second place. The result is elegant, fragrant wines with a strong personality. Labels that bear the name of Siro Pacenti are the result of a perfect union between nature and human knowledge; wines that are the fruit of dedication, experience and love for their land and work.

  • Sottolestelle


    Sotto le Stelle farm was born with the aim of human and environmental wellbeing, increasing food awareness; the sustainability of the area is promoted by producing organic food and maintaining the biodiversity of the area. This farm has made a very difficult decision, it has chosen not to use milk and egg derivatives, the cause of many allergic reactions and intolerances, but it promises its customers that it will always use the best quality raw materials and use excellent recipes that are constantly evolving.

  • Stefano Amerighi
  • Stella di Campalto
  • Strasserhof


    Since 2003 at Strasserhof Estate the young winemaker Hannes Baumgartner personally produces and stores his wines in the cellar. Among the "workhorses" of the production predominate the white wines of Valle Isarco such as Müller Thurgau, Grüner Veltliner, Sylvaner, Kerner, Riesling, Sauvignon and Gewürztraminer; as well as the red wine Zweigelt. The 5.5 hectares of vineyards located at an average altitude of 680-750 meters (680-750 feet) offer ideal conditions for high quality wines with an unmistakable taste. The sunny south-west facing position enjoyed by the vines aged between two and 45 years as well as the composition of the slightly sandy and gravelly soil give the white wines a sophisticated freshness with fruity notes. Located above the Abbey of Novacella in South Tyrol, the estate is one of Italy's northernmost wineries.

  • Suavia


    The Suavia winery has a history that unfolds between walls and vineyards in an atmosphere of genuine love for wine. Situated at an altitude of around three hundred metres in the Veronese hills of Soave, the winery enjoys volcanic soil and is now in its fourth generation of highly specialised craftsmanship. The name Suavia reflects the precious heritage that has come down to us from the Middle Ages, being the ancient name of the small village situated among the vines and olive trees of the Soave area, where the family settled in 1800. Starting in 2001, under the guidance of their father, the four sisters of the Tessari family, Arianna, Meri, Valentina and Alessandra, began an adventure focused on the quality and uniqueness of the white grapes of Trebbiano di Soave and Garganega, dedicating themselves to them with absolute passion and devotion. These vines have been growing for centuries in the Soave area and in recent years have been extensively studied by the winery in collaboration with the University of Milan: they embody a profession that has been carried on with the heart and hands of the family, going back in fact to the generation of the grandparents of the four sisters. At the heart of the success of Suavia wines is the combination of man's work and the work of nature, whose events are fundamental to wine production. The phases of the moon are carefully followed, and snowfalls are welcomed in order to avoid unnecessary treatment of the grapes and soil. The wines of the Suavia winery are the fruit of days of hard work outdoors and nights of celebration and peace: each year they are enriched by characteristics that are never the same, but their stamp is unmistakable and represents a spirit full of passion and an ancient and unique terroir. 

  • Suntory
  • Tenuta di Castellaro
  • Tenuta di Sesta
  • Tenuta di Trinoro
  • Tenuta Pennita

    Tenuta Pennita

    Tenuta Pennita is located on the hills of Romagna overlooking the famous Medicean village of Terra del Sole. The estate has belonged to the Tumidei family since 1974 and the land has always been dedicated to the production of Sangiovese grapes. Of the 28 hectares of vineyards, most are naturally dedicated to the cultivation of Sangiovese di Romagna, from which we obtain part of the wine "Edmeo", the "Terre DelSol" Sangiovese Doc Riserva and the "La Pennita" Sangiovese Doc Superiore. Production also focuses on an excellent olive oil that receives awards and recognition year after year.

  • Tenuta San Guido

    Tenuta San Guido

    Tenuta San Guido and Sassicaia are two symbols of Made in Italy wine-making, known and respected throughout the world. To create a myth, a great story is always necessary. The story of Tenuta San Guido began in the 1920s, when Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, a student at the University of Pisa, had the great dream of making a great wine, following in the footsteps of the great reds of Bordeaux. After many attempts, the decision was made to plant Cabernet, precisely because of the similarity between the soil of Tuscany and Graves, in Bordeaux, hence the name Sassicaia, from the stony character of the place where the vines are grown.

  • Tenuta Ulisse

    Tenuta Ulisse

    Tenuta Ulisse is one of the most acclaimed wineries in Abruzzo, but also one of the leading wineries in Italy. It is located in the small village of Crecchio, a town between the blue Adriatic Sea and the rocky spurs of the Maiella mountains where the 11th century Ducal Castle stands majestically. In this context, two young brothers, Antonio and Luigi Ulisse, wanted to ensure continuity to the family business started in the early 1900s with the same passion and dedication of their grandfather Antonio but with an eye to the future. Thanks to the two brothers Antonio and Luigi, absolute forerunners in innovative winemaking, Tenuta Ulisse has risen to national and international prominence as a great example of success in a region that, for many years, was stuck in a traditional winemaking model. Today, Tenuta Ulisse is considered one of the symbolic brands of Abruzzo's oenological renaissance.

  • Tenute Ambrogio e Giovanni Folonari

    Tenute Ambrogio e Giovanni Folonari

    The Folonari family has been working in the wine business since the end of 1700. In 1825 the family business became 'Fratelli Folonari' a wholly owned company whose mission was to develop, produce and distribute the best Italian wines in the world. In 1912 Italo Folonari, Ambrogio Folonari's grandfather, together with his brother Francesco, bought the Ruffino winery, known at that time for the Chianti wine characteristically made in flasks. 

  • Tenute Perdarubia

    Tenute Perdarubia

    Perda Rubia was born in 1949 from an idea of comm. Mario Mereu who, among the first in Sardinia, sensed the potential of the traditional Cannonau vine, cultivated in the Ogliastra area since ancient times. The Perda Rubia wine, produced in the historic winery in Cardedu, both with its own grapes and with grapes brought in by local farmers, quickly became appreciated outside the island's borders, gaining international acclaim.

  • Terre Bianche
  • Tiri
  • Toros
  • Valenti
  • Valter Mattoni

    Valter Mattoni

    A painter with a distinct Piceno accent and a 'straightforward' character, Valter Mattoni decided in 2000 to turn his passion for good drinking into his own personal wine, establishing a winery in Castorano. His is a wine with character, intriguing and sincere like the people of the province and produced using organic methods in just 6000 bottles a year. Valter, known to his friends as 'roccia', owns old vineyards on clay and alluvial soil, some of which are over 50 years old, at an altitude of 300 metres on the rolling hills of Ascoli with a view of the sea. The vineyards are located in one of the most favourable and well-exposed areas of the Marche region and are home to Montepulciano grapes from which one of his best products, Arshura, is vinified. Produced since the beginning of his adventure, the word refers to an atavistic thirst, like the Mattoni family's passion for wine or perhaps the thirst for grapes that characterises Valter's personality. In any case, Arshura is a jewel that will not quench your thirst, because after one glass you will want another, then another. An exciting and inspired Montepulciano, not fashionable, created with the help of my friend Marco Casolanetti (Oasi degli Angeli). On the nose it is fruity and spicy with notes of carob, tobacco and cinchona, while on the palate it is untamed, but with agility and grace. Personal and quality wines for those in search of an original product with a sincere character. In addition to Arshura Montepulciano 100%, Valter also produces a Sangiovese and a Trebbiano, wines that are all worth trying!

  • Vecchio Magazzino Doganale
  • Vie di Romans


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