1701 Fraciacorta is the first biodynamic winery in Franciacorta: it produces sparkling and still wines inspired by the principles of clean agriculture that respects the land and a production philosophy that recovers the most virtuous and traditional traditions, with the aim of expressing terroir and nature without trickery or artifice.

  • 385 SRL

    385 SRL

    he doorway reproduced on the label of the 17th century bishop's palace, the historic address of Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona and today the registered office of 385 srl, is located in Castelnuovo dell'Abate in the municipality of Montalcino at 385 metres above sea level, the altitude from which the name of this reality originates.

  • Abbazia di Novacella

    Abbazia di Novacella

    Viticulture since 1142

    The wine cellar atAbbazia di Novacella is among the oldest active in the world. Already at the time of its foundation, Novacella was generously endowed by Reginbert of Sabiona with farmsteads, including vineyards. As early as 1177 Pope Alexander III granted the monastery possession of vineyards in the vicinity. Through donations, foundations, purchases and exchanges, the abbey accumulated considerable holdings of vineyards, by which it is surrounded to this day. From the valley floor (600 metres above sea level), they rise on steep slopes up to 900 metres. At the beginning of the 19th century, with secularisation, the monastery lost some of its vineyards. From then until today, however, farmers use to deliver most of their grapes to the Abbey, where they are processed into excellent wines.

    Archaeological finds testify that vines have been cultivated on the protected slopes of the Eisack Valley for more than 2500 years. Even today, from the many dry stone walls built to mitigate the slope of the land, one can still sense the immense effort expended in planting the vineyards.

  • Abbazia Santa Anastasia

    Abbazia Santa Anastasia

    A jewel box in the heart of the Madonie Park, Abbazia Santa Anastasia is a Relais enveloped in the charm of nature and the fascination of an ancient medieval past. In the magical atmosphere of this timeless glimpse, the enchanting spaces recount the oenological tradition handed down by the monks and interpreted today in a modern key in full respect of the rhythms of nature.

  • Accadia


    Through his work, Angelo celebrates the relationship between man and nature, fostering a dialogue between art and the wine environment

  • Agripunica


    Giacomo Tachis

    The great oenologist, who has now become a legend, arrived in Sardinia in the very early 1980s, as a consultant for the Consorzio dei Vini Sardi and almost simultaneously as oenologist for the Cantina Di Santadi, whose President Antonello Pilloni saw in him the right man to relaunch viticulture in Sulcis. And so it was....

    Master Tachis thus began his work in Sardinia and his long collaboration with the Cantina di Santadi, which continued until 2010, the year of his retirement from the profession due to health reasons.

    At the beginning of this century, after having launched so many successful wines, Tachis was the promoter and creator of another creation, AGRIPONE. His immense expertise in the field of oenology succeeded in convincing two other personalities of Italian winemaking, friends of his, to join forces to create here in Sardinia a company dedicated to the production of high quality wines but with a more international outlook than hitherto.

  • Agriverde


    The winery Agriverde

    Near the ancient village of Caldari, land of Abruzzo, was born the magic of Cantine Agriverde organic since 1991.

    Organic certification

    In the 1980s, production was converted to organic methods and Agriverde obtained certification from ICEA (Institute for Ethical Environmental Certification) as early as 1991, coinciding with the promulgation of the first European regulations on organic farming (EEC Reg. 2092/91). Agriverde is one of the first organic wineries in Italy.

  • Al Feù

    Al Feù

    Al Fèu 1915 produces natural wines in Sicily in Marsala that express the highest expression of the territory.

    My wines narrate the passion for 'slow cultivation' and the uniqueness and beauty of the land where I live.

    We produce two Catarratto-Zibibbo wines and one Syrah red wine.


    Processing begins with the harvesting of the first bunches that have reached the desired ripeness. The selected and cut bunches are transported to the cellar where they are destemmed and crushed. Fermentation starts spontaneously by the indigenous yeasts present in the skins. Maceration-fermentation lasts for more than 10 days.

    During this phase, the skins slowly impart their own colour and aromas to the wine.

    During processing, no corrections or additives, not even sulphur dioxide, are made.

  • Allegrini


    the symbol of Valpolicella

    The Allegrini family has been a protagonist in the history of Fumane and Valpolicella Classica since the 16th century and has handed down the culture of vines and wine ever since.

    The company, counted among the most important landowning families, underwent a profound transformation starting in the 1960s with Giovanni Allegrini. Acknowledged as one of the major architects of the rebirth of Valpolicella, Giovanni perfected theart of winemaking, acting with rigour in the selection of grapes and introducing some important innovations in viticulture and oenology

  • Altavilla


    170 years of distillation, at the foot of the hill, at the top of quality

    Started in 1846 by Filippo Mazzetti, the family distillery business has been handed down from father to son until today through no less than six generations.

    Every year, in fact, the Antica Distilleria di Altavilla brings together the best pomace from the Monferrato region to produce an equal number of single-varietal grappas.

  • André Jacquart

    André Jacquart

    Our estate

    Champagne André JACQUART is a family domain located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs. Our Cuvées are highly representative of the terroirs of Vertus and Le Mesnil-Sur-Oger. Vinification in oak barrels, long ageing, low dosage and the absence of malolactic fermentation are the hallmarks of the Maison.

  • Angeli di Varano

    Angeli di Varano

    Matteo Chiucconi

    Born in Ancona in 1978, Matteo graduated in Agricultural Science and Technology at the UNIVPM of Ancona and graduated in Viticulture and Oenology at the University of Florence.

  • Antonelli



    One hundred and seventy-five hectares in a unique body of land in the centre of the Montefalco DOCG area.

    The soils, clayey and rich in limestone, have different geological origins: deep some, rich in skeleton others, giving the wines intense and varied nuances; austere hills, surrounded by woods, with an ideal microclimate for vines and olives. Ten hectares are dedicated to olive groves, fifty to vineyards, arranged on the tops of the hills and facing south and west. We grow mainly native varieties: Grechetto and Trebbiano Spoletino for the whites, Sangiovese and Sagrantino for the reds.

    At the centre of the Antonelli San Marco winery, right under the old manor house, is the cellar, completely underground and designed for gravity-flow vinification, i.e., the entry of the crushed grapes into the fermenters and the subsequent draining of the marc without the use of pumps, but by gravity.

    Only grapes of their own production are vinified, from organic farming, so as to offer a product that is fully controlled at every stage, with the added guarantee of organic certification of both grapes and wine.

    The company also offers wine tourism hospitality in the ancient Casale Satriano, carefully restored and furnished: 6 flats with swimming pool, surrounded by vineyards and a unique panorama, a stone's throw from the most beautiful Umbrian medieval villages.

    Recently, the farm has undertaken the breeding of pigs in the wild and the production of cured meats. It is also possible to organise black and white truffle hunting on the estate.

    Finally, Cucina in Cantina, the cooking school of Antonelli San Marco, offers Umbrian cooking courses, lunches and dinners by reservation for groups, wine tastings and guided tours of the historic estate.

  • Aprutinum


    Aprutinum is the first company in Italy to offer a naturally nutraceutical organic oil, cultivar Dritta di Loreto 100%, and a monovarietal oil also naturally nutraceutical, cultivar Intosso.

    Oil as nutrition

    Aprutinum is the first company in Italy to propose a

    organic oil naturally nutraceutical, cultivar Dritta di Loreto 100% and a monovarietal oil also naturally nutraceutical, cultivar Intosso.

  • Argiano


    The villa at Argiano boasts an ancient history: its origins date back to Renaissance times when it was built on the summit of a hill on the western side of Montalcino. The villa remained in the Pecci family for several decades until it came into the possession of Countess Noemi Marone Cinzano in 1992.
    The ancient cellars below the villa remain the most precious jewel of Argiano. Here, since the 16th century, wines have been able to stay at a constant temperature and humidity and in the absence of light and noise. Ageing takes place in small and medium-sized oak barrels, which have been joined by French barriques that allow the wines a softer, more balanced extraction. In 2000, a new wing was added to the vinification cellar and a modern analysis laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment to continue the quest for absolute quality. Vinification is done using a modern methodology in steel vats with strictly controlled temperature.

  • Argiolas


    A centuries-old history

    The vision of the founder lives on thanks to the passion of his children and grandchildren

    Antonio Argiolas used the term idea to define the dream of a winery that would be able to tell the world about itself, drawing strength from tradition. The legacy of that ambition, guarded by his sons Franco and Giuseppe, is today enhanced by his grandchildren Valentina, Francesca and Antonio who, as parents of a new generation, do not stop betting on the value of the land and its production, investing in training and comparison.

    From their grand old man, a monument to an extraordinary entrepreneurial history, they have picked up the stubbornness and sense of challenge to the world, the simple and authentic joy of harvesting and crushing, the passion that springs from the bubbling musts and the effervescent young wines, the personality that defines the tenacious and mature wines, as soft as the limestone in which their roots are sunk, perfumed and savoury like the sea, long-lived like Sardinians.

  • Avignonesi


    Avignonesi is named after the founding family of the estate and has undergone an exciting journey since its foundation. Acquired by Virginie Saverys in 2009, Avignonesi has grown in size and at the same time become a leader in biodynamic viticulture in Italy. Thanks to Virginie's respect for the ecosystem, her staff and the end consumer, the winery has started to produce organic wines that are linked to their origins, yet singular and unique. And in the best biodynamic approach, our wines receive minimal intervention in the cellar! Sustainability also plays an important role in everyday life at Avignonesi.

  • Azienda Agricola Garra

    Azienda Agricola Garra

    A farm that produces high quality extra virgin olive oil. An accommodation facility with 10 beds has been set up in our villa.

  • Badia a Coltibuono

    Badia a Coltibuono

    Badia a Coltibuonowhere Chianti was born

    The Stucchi Prinetti family at Badia a Coltibuono are to be considered among the pioneers of Chianti, having invested in the estate as early as 1846, when the Florentine banker Michele Giuntini, ancestor of the current owners, purchased the beautiful Romanesque structure and surrounding farmland. From that year, Badia a Coltibuono flourished again thanks to numerous interventions through the generations of the family. It was inherited in the 1930s by Maria Luisa Stucchi Giuntini, and was managed, transformed and passed unscathed through the Second World War. Her son Piero Stucchi Prinetti joined his mother in the 1950s and later, thanks to his vision, energy and managerial skills, began the transformation into a modern company. It was he who was among the first to start bottling and selling, on the national and international market, the estate's best Chianti Classico vintages, which until then had been kept in the abbey's ancient cellars as a family reserve. Piero Stucchi Prinetti was the first to realise the potential of another traditional product of the area: extra virgin olive oil. During the 1980s and 1990s, three of his four sons took over the running of the company.

  • Baglio della Luna

    Baglio della Luna

    The place where emotions dwell

    The Baglio della Luna Relais is a charming boutique hotel converted from an ancient Sicilian baglio, where the living stone, the surrounding nature and typical Sicilian hospitality create the ideal setting for a comfortable holiday in Sicily

  • Banfi


    The Cellar

    Conceived to preserve the integrity and richness of the grapes as much as possible, the cellar now uses the most advanced technologies, the result of revolutionary technical experiments.

  • Barone Ricasoli

    Barone Ricasoli


    The Castle of Brolio: symbolic place of the Chianti Classico territory

    Ricasoli is the most representative winery in the Chianti Classico territory. Amidst gentle hills, velvety valleys and dense oak and chestnut woods, the 1200 hectares of the estate comprise approximately 240 hectares of vineyards and 26 of olive groves, in a continuous succession of colours and shades around the Castello di Brolio, in the municipality of Gaiole in Chianti.

  • Bartolo Mascarello

    Bartolo Mascarello

    Bartolo Mascarello (1927 - 12 March 2005) was an Italian oenologist best known for his Barolo wine production. Bartolo joined the family business, Cantina Mascarello, in 1945 and learned winemaking from his father Giulio, who in turn had been trained by his father Bartolomeo.

  • Bastianich





    The wine we drink has an intense history, is part of a tradition with very deep roots and often travels the world to arrive on our table.

    The company Bastianich, founded in 1997, consists of 27 hectares of vineyards. All the vineyards are located in the Colli Orientali del Friuli, in two distinct areas falling within the DOC zone.

  • Bellavista


    they are located on the bellavista hill, so called because of its splendid position that, from a single point, embraces lake iseo and the entire plain of the po valley all the way to the alps. with far-sightedness, vittorio moretti dedicates particular attention to the purchase of new vineyards, leading to the current 203 hectares of vineyards, included in the "Franciacorta" vocation zone.

  • Biagi



    Wine tells family history

    First of all we are vine growers, we love our land and with genuine passion we take care of it, thinking of our roots as a value for the future. We live off the fruit of our land and therefore respect it: it gives us something to eat, to drink and to gladden our tables, it provides us with work and teaches us the true values of life every day.

    That is why our land, nature and the wine they give us are the core values, the foundations of our company. Every choice and our entire journey, from generation to generation, follows the same philosophy: to produce great wines that are a direct expression of a unique territory


    Tradition and family

    The history of our family is intertwined with that of our land, our vineyards and our wines. Passion, sacrifice and love for one's work, these are the ingredients with which the progenitor grandfather Giovanni Biagi, in the 1940s, began producing quality wines, passing on his enthusiasm to his son Mariano.

    The baton is now in the hands of his grandsons, Fabrizio and Luca, who have been able to treasure the ancient teachings, continuing with innovation and dynamism

  • Bonacchi


    Cellars Bonacchi

    Located in the heart of Montalbano, Cantine Bonacchi has been producing, vinifying, bottling and marketing the finest Tuscan wines for 3 generations.

    The 3 wineries have 40 hectares of Chianti Montalbano vineyards located around the bottling plant; 23 hectares of Chianti Classico vineyards in the Casalino Farm in Castelnuovo Berardenga; 11 hectares of Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino vineyards and 12 hectares of vineyards dedicated to the production of Chianti Colli Senesi and Vermentino in the Molino della Suga Farm in Montalcino.

    Our companies have a total of more than 60,000 hl of capacity consisting of both barrels, barriques, oak Tonnaux, and modern stainless steel tanks.

    Three generations linked by one great passion: the love for their land; they are the foundation that has given life to theAgricultural Company Angeli di Varano. It is from the history of the Chiucconi Family that the challenge was born to produce the best grapes, respecting tradition, to obtain the absolute excellence of Rosso Conero, thus giving this splendid wine the lustre it deserves. Thanks to the most sullen and gruff of vines, and not without giving credit to the many pieces of advice given to him by the veterans of this land, Matteo Chiucconi has chosen the best clones and the best exposures of a "cru" of the Conero to plant the prince vine of this area, the highly prized MONTEPULCIANO.

  • Bortolomiol


    Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG

    Vine cultivation has always involved mankind in the care and layering of knowledge and has entailed care and protection of the land and the landscape that hosts it. This territory is a container of dreams, an enchanted place. The hills that characterise the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG are in some stretches, impervious and difficult to access places. The landscape that reveals itself in these places tells of a skilful hand, of respect and loving care, of fragile balances, and the interplay between the vine and the forest is an ancient thing in which the boundaries between the one and the other are sometimes clear, sometimes blurred.

    Between the 17th and 19th centuries, the landscape of the Conegliano Valdobbiadene Superiore Hills was moulded into the salient features that we still find today: the presence of 'grassy terraces', also known as 'Ciglioni', i.e. systems for modelling the land to cultivate vines in the presence of significant slopes; the use of the 'Bellussera' vine-training system, which has contributed to shaping the vineyard landscape with precise aesthetic characteristics; and finally the 'mosaic landscape', i.e. the coexistence in a natural fabric of vines alternating with wooded areas, where small villages and rural artefacts are embedded.

  • Boscarelli



    Boscarellifamily passion.

    The heart of the De Ferrari Corradi family: Paola, Luca and Nicolò De Ferrari Corradi. Who we are.
    'We are from Genoa, deeply attached to our family roots, and determined. Over the years our life has gradually moved to Tuscany, where we now live, trying above all to do our best. We came to this wonderful corner of Tuscany by taking courageous life paths. Today Cervognano embraces our lives entirely. In Cervognano di Montepulciano we have found a new dimension'.

    How would you describe Boscarelli to those who do not know you?
    "Boscarelli is a small winery in Montepulciano where a family of Genovese has been producing wine for 50 years, always convinced that quality can only be achieved through commitment and dedication.
    The enthusiast or the curious who approach the world of great Tuscan reds must find in our wines and our cellar precisely the passion that drives our daily work.

  • Braida


    Braida is Raffaella's overwhelming laughter and Giuseppe's absorbed gaze. Two brothers who carry in their genes and gestures the heritage of an exceptional Italian wine family. A heritage that they consolidate and expand with their daily work, sharing its best fruits with their fine team of collaborators, with their inescapable home town, Rocchetta Tanaro, and with all the people who love their wines.

    Braida is the 'forest of thoughts', up there in Montebruna, and the rooted cuttings lined up and ready to give life to a new Barbera vineyard in Asinara. Biodiversity and production rigour, genius, imagination and respect for tradition.

    Braida this is the story of Barbera - from its lightest and most light-hearted expression to its deepest and most sensual one - and the unprecedented adventure of the white wines of Langa among Nascetta, Chardonnay and Riesling.

  • Brunozzi




    Azienda Agraria Brunozzi is a small, family-run winery located just over a kilometre south of Montefalco, in ColleArfuso, a small, ancient rural hamlet overlooking the Spoleto plain.
    Surrounded by Sagrantino vineyards and olive groves, in the silence of the countryside, the Cantina was born from the walls of an old farmhouse that had belonged to our family since the early 1900s.

    This new generation wanted to strengthen that thread tied to the land that had thinned over time, but never broken, rediscovering quality wine production while respecting the traditions of the processes and products.
    From harvesting to bottling, our hands are the main tool that brings man and product back to the centre while respecting the environment.

    Cantina Bosco Nestore is one of the oldest wineries in Abruzzo, known throughout the world for its Montepulciano red wine and the historic label designed by Cavaliere Nestore Bosco.

  • Buzzarone


    BUZZARONE, a family nickname for generations. The inheritance of a dream Born and bred into the customs of the company of the same name, of which he is now the promoter; nearing the age of majority, he finds himself unconsciously sculpted by the arts of winemaking and begins to metabolise what was the family dream, beginning to make the land he owns, a gift from his grandfather Agostino, his source of inspiration, flourish again.

  • Cà del Bosco

    Cà del Bosco


    Thereare moments that have no words. Only sensations can define them, emotions that can reach the heart and become ecstasy, joy and beauty of a moment to be enclosed in the most intimate of memories. The art of wine as an instant of life in itself, a masterpiece child of that talent that only a few men know how to achieve, in which dedication and skill merge in the magical and arcane union with nature. Infinity in a drop, the fruit of a slow, devoted and meticulous passion. Men, like lands, have a vocation. So it was that a boy of about fifteen had the dazzling intuition of what a life lived in the light of its fulfilment could be. The meeting between the very young Maurizio Zanella and the sweetness of Franciacorta, when his mother moved to Erbusco and planted the first vineyard, was the first contact of what would be the love of a lifetime. But it was after a trip to Champagne, whose destination was the famous maisons where the wine that has always fascinated and fired the imagination was born, that Maurizio returned with the unshakable idea of creating something similar. What was once a house surrounded by a forest of chestnut trees was transformed into one of the most modern and advanced wine cellars in Italy. Since then, a single principle has defined the essence of Ca' del Bosco: the quest for excellence.

  • Campo alla Sughera

    Campo alla Sughera



    The marly and sandy soils, rich in fossils and minerals. The sea, which has a decisive influence on the area's microclimate. The light, which the refraction of the waves spreads evenly over the entire area. The hills, which embrace the vineyards and protect Bolgheri from the cold inland currents. The weather, which allows the slow evolution of the wines.

    BOLGHERI, LAND OF LIGHT THAT BECOMES WINE, MEDITERRANEAN OPEN TO THE WORLD AND EXCEPTIONAL CRADLE OF GREAT WINES. Our guided tours and tastings are created to offer an overview of the production of Campo alla Sugherathe rigour of zoning and the artisanal passion of the agronomic techniques used in the vineyard.

  • Cantina Amorotti

    Cantina Amorotti

    text by Ivan Masciovecchio.

    Characterised, among other things, by the presence of centuries-old olive groves that encircle the town, the splendid crib-like village of Loreto Aprutino strikes the heart as soon as it slowly unfolds in all its beauty along the scenic State Road 151. At the top of Via del Baio - the road that connects the Chiola Castle to the Church of San Pietro Apostolo - stand some of the town's most significant buildings, including that of the Valentini family, whose wines have written indelible pages of national wine history. A few doors further on, after remaining silent for about 25 years, since 2016 the ancient Cantina Amorotti, in operation since the 18th century and in service for over two centuries.

  • Cantina Dei Colli Ripani

    Cantina Dei Colli Ripani

    From the strength of more than 330 indigenous producers and the desire to enhance wine production through respect for these lands and for their native wines, Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Pecorino and Passerina, our Cantina was born: the Cantina dei Colli Ripani.

    Wine is an extremely complex sector, where it is not always easy to tell how much work and sacrifice goes into a bottle of wine. Increasingly, in order to continue to safeguard this ancient tradition over time, new forms of work organisation are required that focus primarily on respect for the product and transparent customer loyalty: this is how, and why, a social wine cellar like ours was born.

    We function like a classic cooperative. Our work is based on sharing, collaboration and profit sharing, so we minimise production costs and do not give up the quality of our products. We transform the raw materials that we, the members, cultivate with commitment every day into wine, oil, barley and coffee. Like every cooperative, we have our own regulations: that is, we provide for the administration of the work, how we earn money, our expenses, and the rights and duties of producer members.

  • Cantina Falon

    Cantina Falon

    Falon winery's red wine awarded

    The young Falon winery in Rosciano, Italy, recently won an award at the 2015 'Italian Quality Award' oenological competition. A recognition...

  • Cantina Fratelli Pardi

    Cantina Fratelli Pardi

    Our History

    Our history began in 1919 when the brothers Alfredo, Francesco and Alberto Pardi founded Cantina Fratelli Pardi, at that time located on the ground floor of the San Marco Hospital, which belonged to the San Francesco complex in Montefalco. At the time, the grapes were partly owned and partly purchased from local landowners. The wines produced were both white and red, but it was the Sagrantino, at the time exclusively raisin wine, that was the most important production. Deliveries covered the entire Umbrian territory and sometimes took place outside the region, such as those destined for the Vatican. In 2002, driven by the common desire of the Pardi family not to lose a tradition, the great-grandsons Francesco, Gianluca Rio and Alberto Mario, with the help of their parents Agostino and Alberto, restructured the building in Montefalco to re-establish their great-grandparents' winery. Today, it is the brothers Gianluca Rio and Alberto Mario, with their enthusiasm and hard work, who strengthen the centuries-old bond between wine and the Pardi family.

  • Cantina Frentana

    Cantina Frentana

    About us

    Cantina Frentana is a cooperative society with 500 wine growers, mostly small family businesses, who cultivate around 1,000 hectares of vineyards in the Frentane hills: a strip of land stretching between the last slopes of the Majella and the magnificent Costa dei Trabocchi, in southern Abruzzo. A land of vineyards and olive groves, furrowed by streams flowing through wooded valleys.

    The generous calcareous soil, the gentle alternation of sea and land breezes, and the mitigating action of the sea enhance the vocation of this area for high quality viticulture, focused almost entirely on native vines. A vocation listened to and embraced by expert winegrowers, aware that the quality of wine depends first and foremost on the quality of the fruit.

  • Cantina Marchesi Antinori

    Cantina Marchesi Antinori

    The Family Antinori The Family

    Antinori has been involved in wine production for more than six hundred years: ever since Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri in 1385.

  • Cantina Miglianico

    Cantina Miglianico

    A strong fusion of land and man where all the character of Abruzzo resides: a character that sets us apart throughout Italy, a character that has distant origins, strong traditions and a gentle personality. We take care of our vines throughout the production cycle, strictly preferring manual harvesting, dedicating ourselves to what is the fruit of our family passion. From the very beginning, we have pursued the goal of quality and have chosen to valorise native vines, such as Trebbiano, Passerina, Pecorino, Malvasia and Montepulciano, which, cultivated in the cru of our Colline Teramane, has boasted the coveted DOCG denomination since 2002.

    Cantina Miglianico

    Abruzzo is a land of vineyards, cultivated between the sea and the mountains. From this land the wine takes character and accents, and from our hands the history.

    We are the children of the intuition of a parish priest and the audacity of a handful of farmers.

    In 1961, Don Vincenzo Pizzica realised that, in order to avoid the undervaluing of local wine by large producers, it was necessary to form a cooperative. A few years later, in 1966, the associated farmers started producing the first bottles.

    Today we are around 300 wine growers and manage over 500 hectares of vineyards in the province of Chieti.

  • Cantina Orsogna

    Cantina Orsogna

    History and passion for the land are the ingredients that have given strength to the Cantina Orsogna 1964 project. We are pioneers by nature 🍇

  • Cantina Rapino

    Cantina Rapino

    The beginnings

    We have always been in close contact with the land, farmers, for generations dedicated to the cultivation of our fields, without any real specialisation, the work in the fields was divided between vegetables, wine grapes and table grapes. But already as a young man, Rocco chose to follow his passion: to be a wine producer.

    The opportunity to embark on this special adventure came in 1972 following a hailstorm that had compromised the appearance of the table grapes. The choice for him and his father Emilio was to try to sell the grapes to the German markets anyway (at the risk of not being paid for the work) or turn them into wine and sell it. In a difficult moment, where there was no desire to risk seeing their results fade away, they began the grape harvest in a small garage, with small cement vats and the small equipment of yesteryear. The results were so exciting that they were able to sell all the wine they had made in a very short time.

  • Cantina Reale

    Cantina Reale

    Società Agricola Reale S.S.


    Cantina Reale was founded on the passion for wine from Boselli's family.

    Luciano Boselli first whit his wife Rosa, then Gianni and Graziella, in the 80s have worked with enthusiasm and energy. In 1997, Gianni and Graziella's son, Massimo, decided to join the family business, putting passion and effort into it; since 2013, Massimo has been the chairman of the Company, helped by his wife, Morena. Today, Cantina Reale work hard to produce high quality wines, using modern techniques and thanks to the renewal of the vineyards.

  • Cantina Ricchi

    Cantina Ricchi

    Ricchi wines express the essence of the terroir, the methodical daily passion, the value of time; the time invested and the time enjoyed while savouring the result of our work.

  • Cantina San Giacomo

    Cantina San Giacomo

    We have been artisans of Abruzzo wine for over 50 years. We produce Abruzzo wine looking to the future, but in our bottles there is the flavour of tradition. We cultivate the typical grape varieties of our territory: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Pecorino, Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Cococciola, Chardonnay, Moscato and Passerina

  • Cantina Tollo

    Cantina Tollo

    Welcome to the world of Abruzzo wines: in love with the land for 60 years, award-winning in the world. Enter to discover the wines Cantina Tollo.

  • Cantina Valpolicella Negrar

    Cantina Valpolicella Negrar

    85 Years of History

    The Cantina was founded on 23 August 1933, when six local gentlemen joined together in a cooperative society to defend the land from speculative investmentsdecided to go directly to the consumer with the product bottled in full respect of the local winemaking traditioncial wine-making tradition.

  • Cantina Vignaioli del Morellino di Scansano

    Cantina Vignaioli del Morellino di Scansano

    In the heart of the Tuscan Maremma, since 1972 the Vignaioli del Morellino di Scansano winery has brought together the efforts of its members to offer consumers wines that reflect the territory of the Maremma, its vines and its traditions, combining excellent quality with excellent prices. The winery today has about 170 members for 700 hectares of vineyards in the Morellino di Scansano production area and continues to be a point of reference for the Tuscan Maremma with a wide range of products including Morellino di Scansano, and other wines from native vines such as Ciliegiolo, Alicante and Vermentino.

  • Cantina Villa Colle

    Cantina Villa Colle

    Autochthonous grape varieties of the Abruzzese Ap ennines

    Ours is a small, family-run, artisanal company that has rediscovered ancient autochthonous grape varieties of the Abruzzese Apennines, creating a line of wines all certified by the Gran Sasso National Park. It all started by rediscovering at an old monastery, near our company, very old vines dating back to the year 1011 DC

  • Cantina Wilma

    Cantina Wilma

    Set in 8 hectares of land, it was established in 2007 and is a family-run business.

    From 2 hectares, Cantina Wilma obtains its wines from the Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Pecorino Colline Teatine and Trebbiano d'Abruzzo grape varieties. From 3 hectares, the company obtains its oil from the Leccino olive variety. In another 2 hectares, the company cultivates the typical 'Mazzaferrata' artichoke; the remaining land is left to woodland.

    The working of the land, as well as the care of the cellar and the sale of the products, is left to the expert hands of Maurizio.

  • Cantina Zaccagnini

    Cantina Zaccagnini


    Cantina Zaccagnini was born from the ambitious project of producing wines that represent the diversity of an extraordinary and integral land, Abruzzo. Our dream is to be able to combine the love for wine with art, through the constant enhancement of our territory, its culture and its people.


    'I like to give back everything that has been given to me. Respect for the people who have always been the real strength of the winery led Marcello Zaccagnini to a new concept of welfare, which wants to give something back to the territory and to all its employees. This dream has given rise to the Agora, the square of the Zaccagnini winery, a five-star canteen and a Technogym-equipped gym where it is possible to share some healthy social time.

  • Cantine Carpentiere

    Cantine Carpentiere

    Winemakers by tradition

    On the sunny hills around the Frederician manor of Castel del Monte stand the vineyards of Cantine Carpentiere. Where Emperor Frederick II hunted with his hawks, today we passionately cultivate a generous land that produces healthy, rich grapes from which, in keeping with tradition, fine wines full of flavour and strong in character are born. We are winegrowers and as such we defend our terroir by cultivating our vineyard, harvesting our grapes and vinifying them, bottling our wine in our cellar.

  • Cantine Cieri

    Cantine Cieri

    About us

    Cantina Cieri was founded in 2009 by Camillo Cieri, a third-generation winegrower. Camillo was born in Contrada Alboreto in Ortona (CH) in the old family farmhouse surrounded by the vineyards of Abruzzo.
    There, grandfather Rocco began cultivating grapes and making wine as far back as 1938, not abandoning his vineyards even during World War II. Following this, his father Tommaso, a founding partner of the Cantina Sociale di Ortona, decided to buy more land in Termoli where he then built the company that Camillo runs today. So it was that in 2009 Camillo created his own brand that today encapsulates all the family passion, hard work and absolute dedication to his vineyards.

  • Cantine De Luca

    Cantine De Luca

    Terre Rare

    Facing south and chosen from among the most suitable for viticulture, our soils have shallow gravel accumulated over the millennia by the Sangro river; fresh and well drained, capable of guaranteeing the very high quality of our grapes in every season.

    Perfect alchemy of ancient and modern

    Avant-garde, respectful of the environment and the winegrowing tradition: when we started building it, we wanted our winery to be exactly that: self-sufficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly; it uses the sun to produce enough electricity for its needs.

  • Cantine del Notaio

    Cantine del Notaio

    The farm Brunozzi is a small, family-run winery located just over a kilometre south of Montefalco, in ColleArfuso, a small, ancient rural village overlooking the Spoleto plain.

  • Cantine Di Stefano

    Cantine Di Stefano

    The story continued in the 1990s, when his nephew Giulio and his wife Nunziatina decided to transform into a modern family-run business what has always been, is and will continue to be, essentially an art handed down from generation to generation: the production of Montepulciano d' Abruzzo D.O.C. Di Stefano, a strong and gentle, robust and fruity red wine, praised today by people from capitals, cities and countries of many nations.

  • Cantine Due Palme

    Cantine Due Palme

    Protagonists in the Land of Wine

    Since 1989, the year of its foundation, Cantine Due Palme has had as its main objective the vinification of quality products made from the typical grapes of the territory such as Negroamaro, Malvasia Nera, Primitivo and Susumaniello. All production phases, from the cellar to the ageing process up to the bottling line, are guaranteed by meticulous quality controls. It is one of the few cooperatives in Italy to be able to boast the description on the back label of wines 'wholly produced' on the farm; a unique quality assurance and traceability of the supply chain, which makes it possible to follow the evolution of the raw material at any time, from the bunch of grapes to the glass of wine.

  • Cantine Paolucci

    Cantine Paolucci

    We have been winegrowers for 50 years and our long experience enables us to produce wines of the highest quality. The farm cultivates vineyards in Abruzzo, in the municipality of Città Sant'Angelo.

  • Capichera


    A work philosophy that is continuous, careful and always devoted to respecting nature
    A 40-year passion

    Capichera is an Italian wine producing company located in a corner of Sardinia, nestled among the granite rocks of Gallura, in Arzachena, in a unique natural setting with great charm that exudes important and ancient traditions.

    A family-run business that at the end of the 1970s, following a great intuition, brought about an important oenological transition not only in Sardinia: it was the first winery to promote the barrique ageing of pure Vermentino with considerable success, proposing a model based on production of the highest quality and continuous research through viticulture that respects and rigorously respects the identity of the territory, allowing this vine to reveal its great peculiarities and characteristics.

  • Caprera


    from wine to wine, passing through the earth

    It all started with a glass. Of wine, of course. A dazzling taste. The first real wine of my life. A winegrower who became a friend, the experience of a Sicilian grape harvest, then a small vineyard to rent, just for fun. The courses in biodynamic agriculture and permaculture. The artisanal wine fairs. Organising one in my own land with other friends. The call of a land I had always seen as far away. A conviction that had matured day by day. Finally, the decision to start.

  • Carboni


    The Mandrolisai our land


    We are in Ortueri, in the Mandrolisai in the centre of Sardinia in the province of Nuoro, in one of the areas highly suited for growing grapes.
    The company, which is small and strictly family-run, has been cultivating a great passion and family tradition for over 20 years through respect for nature and the care taken in the management of native vines spread over small plots of land, producing high quality and typical products.

  • Casa Defrà

    Casa Defrà


    Casa Defrà identifies an ancient estate at the foot of the Colli Vicentini that was purchased by the Cielo family in 1908, an elegant country villa with a small vineyard that represented the genesis of an entrepreneurial project destined to soon cross national borders and expand into the world. Today Casa Defrà signs the best selection of grapes grown on the hills surrounding Vicenza, the Berici Hills, by generations of vine growers bound to their land by a great passion. A tradition that is renewed at every harvest with the same care as always.

  • Casal Thaulero

    Casal Thaulero


    The wine cellar Casal Thaulero takes its name from the small village of Casal Thaulero (TE) where the rolling hills of Abruzzo meet the Adriatic Sea. Here resided the noble Thaulero family, of military tradition and from Hamburg, who settled in Abruzzo in the 16th century with a mandate, received directly from Charles V, to oversee this area of Abruzzo.

  • Casalbordino



    The 'Madonna dei Miracoli' agricultural cooperative society of Casalbordino was founded in 1960 by 42 small and medium-sized producers in the area whose desire was to enhance the prized wine production of the vocated 'Casalese' hills, where vines have been cultivated with patient care and passionate dedication since time immemorial.
    The Cooperative, which has grown over the year to include its current 650 producer members cultivating around 1400ha of specialised vineyards, has become a significant reality for the economic and social development of the entire area of Casalbordino.
    The production of wines of a high quality standard from prized grapes has always been the objective of Soc. Coop. 'Madonna dei Miracoli'.

  • Cascina del Colle

    Cascina del Colle


    Cascina del Colle

    In a land that is both mild and harsh at the same time, where the ruggedness of the mountains is combined with the sweetness of the sea, our company was born, the result of the cult and tradition of our farming family.
    Thanks to my father, for the past sixty years, every member of our family has been thrilled by the sight of full, sunny vineyards and lush olive groves on the south side of our hill, some three hundred metres above sea level.
    Harsh winters and hot summers give us wonderful grapes every year that, together with our love for the land and passion for what we do, express themselves in a handcrafted wine, put into hand-numbered bottles.

  • Castel Sallegg

    Castel Sallegg

    Fermentation cellar

    This is the place at Castel Sallegg where technical innovation and tradition come together.

    The young wines are fermented in modern steel tanks, each of which can be cooled or heated during the process, an essential requirement for controlled fermentation.

  • Castellare di Castellina

    Castellare di Castellina

    The History

    Castellare di Castellina was born from the union of four estates (Castellare, Caselle, San Niccolò and Le Case) created by Paolo Panerai with the aim of producing wine of the highest possible quality. Those were the 1970s when the so-called Renaissance of Italian wine had begun. A renaissance to which Castellare was able to make its own contribution, holding together tradition and innovation. Tradition in the care of the vines and the land, distinguished between campi and sodi (where campi are the easiest soils to work and sodi the hardest but best plots for growing vines), in the choice of still producing a wine according to the method of the Tuscan government, of respecting the Chianti Classico using only autochthonous vines and of producing a great wine, internationally recognised as one of the greatest reds in the world, using only autochthonous Tuscan vines. Innovation was pursued first with the creation of the first experimental Chianti vineyard together with the University of Milan, led by Professor Attilio Scienza, and the University of Florence to implement the first scientific selection of Sangiovese clones (here called Sangioveto). And then with the introduction of the use of barrique following careful studies and the advice of Emile Peynaud, the most famous oenologist in living memory, as well as the constant care of every cellar process that continues to this day in that incessant and ever new work that is the production of quality wines. A story that demonstrates how tradition, even in structures, and innovation can bring out the best from the land and show new generations how hard but fundamental to the extraordinary Chianti landscape was the work and life of the Mezzadri, that is, those who ran the estates without being either owners or workers. To the Mezzadri, to their work, Castellare has dedicated a sculpture by Matteo Spender installed in the centre of Castellina. The two photos by the great portraitist Giuseppe Pino illustrate that sacrifice but also that joy that producing wine brings.

  • Castello del Terriccio

    Castello del Terriccio

    The Estate
    Castello del Terriccio represents one of the largest agricultural estates in Tuscany: around 1,500 hectares in total, 65 of which are planted with vines and 40 with olive trees, extending along the northern edge of the Tuscan Maremma near Bolgheri.

    The fortunate combination of soil, air and light make this microcosm unique, where nature and man's intervention are integrated with balance. With far-sightedness, man has been able to safeguard the biodiversity of the land over time, maintaining the presence of different crops and spontaneous vegetation alongside the vineyards.
  • Castello di Rubbia

    Castello di Rubbia


    The winery is located in the village of San Michele del Carso and takes its name from the ancient castle of Rubbia. The roots of the winemaking tradition in our district go back into the mists of time. Here, during the First World War, the front line ran. Following the ravages of war, our countryside as it once appeared now only survives in the memory of faded black and white photos.
  • Castello di Volpaia

    Castello di Volpaia

    Volpaia is an 11th century village that has been fully restored and converted to wine production, which has been practised here since 1172. Named in 2000 by the Wall Street Journal as one of the seven wonders of Italy, it is visited by a multitude of tourists every year. In keeping with the tradition of the area, Volpaia mainly grows Sangiovese using the most modern organic farming techniques. There is also a collection of Sangiovese that preserves all the oldest clones that were planted in Volpaia. The altitude of its vineyards, the terroir and modern winemaking techniques give Volpaia's wines unique characteristics in the Chianti Classico area.

  • Castelsimoni


    In the Gran
    Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park

    We have a wine production in the municipality of L'Aquila, precisely in Cese di Preturo, 800 metres above sea level. Our vineyards are on the slopes of the Gran Sasso, whose height is 2,912 metres above sea level. As members of Cervim (research, study and valorisation centre for mountain viticulture), we believe that the future of viticulture lies at high altitudes, where temperature ranges offer unique characteristics to wines, where purer air guarantees healthier products, where passion and love for nature reach their peak, giving no room to commercial procedures that would alter the natural cycle of things.

  • Castiglion del Bosco

    Castiglion del Bosco

    Tuscany is a land that always manages to amaze with its beauty. Castiglion del Bosco also knows how to excite. Here, nature speaks and man's interventions have always respected spaces and balances. The name of the place is highly allusive, that forest surrounding the 'Castiglione' is the realm of roe deer, pheasants, wild boar and foxes. And of Sangiovese.

  • Castorani


    The earliest records of the origins of the ancient farm date back to 1793. The splendid hunting estate was brought as dowry by the noblewoman Adelina Ruggeri De' Capobianchi to her illustrious husband Raffaele Castorani. The fame of the famous surgeon, for years professor at the Sorbonne in Paris and inventor of the first cataract surgery technique, invested the estate itself, which has since then borne his name: Villa Castorani.

  • Cataldi Madonna

    Cataldi Madonna

    The wine business started in 1920 with Baron Luigi Cataldi Madonna, four generations ago. But it was his son Antonio who bottled for the first time in 1975. In 1990, his grandson Luigi took over, continuing the family project of characterising the products and enhancing the territory. Until the early 1990s, the company Cataldi Madonna practically presided alone over the entire Ofena wine-growing area. Today, the company consists of 30 hectares (planted exclusively with native and traditional vines such as Montepulciano, Pecorino and Trebbiano), all located in the municipality of Ofena between 320 and 440 metres above sea level. In the vineyard, the aim is to protect the varietal expressiveness of the grapes, especially through the management of the foliage. In the cellar, the aim is to preserve in the wine the grit, flavour and freshness present in our grapes.

  • Centorame


    Abruzzo is a region with excellent wine production, and it is here that the company Centorame led by Lamberto Vannucci, who represents the third generation, is headquartered in Casoli, also known for its characteristic murals, in the province of Teramo, in the lower Vomano River Valley, about 8 kilometres from the Adriatic Sea, at an altitude of 180 metres above sea level. The company was founded in 1987 by Vannucci's father, but in 2002 it was possible to start the process of innovation, which led to the enhancement of the vines and production in the cellar. In fact, the vineyards are located on about thirteen of the company's 19 hectares, which are then subdivided into different cultures: olive groves, cherry orchards, with a part dedicated to mixed cultivation and a part dedicated to a photovoltaic system that can guarantee enough clean energy to meet the company's needs.

  • Cerretano Vini

    Cerretano Vini

    Our grapes and wines are processed with the right balance of tradition, winemaking art and cellar technology, keeping pace with the ever-increasing consumer desire for good, non-standardised wines on the table

    In the wines we produce there is the lush nature and typicality of our land. They are like Abruzzo: strong and gentle. They are created by the synergetic action of grapes, earth, sun, rain ... The hand of man enters the production cycle with skill and respect.

  • Château Imperial Tokaj

    Château Imperial Tokaj

    The wines of the Chateau Imperial Tokaj family interpret the elegant and well-balanced style of the Tokaj region. In 1502, the Garai family collected seven plots of land that became the only vineyard in Hétszölö. The estate has 55 hectares of organically farmed land on the southern slopes of the Tokaj mountain where the special microclimate, the unique loess soil, the indigenous grape varieties (Furmint, Hárslevelü) and the 'noble moulds' give the wines harmony, complexity and high quality. Since 2009, Chateau Imperial Tokaj has belonged to the Domaines Reybier group. The philosophy of the company is to treat the vines and wines with the utmost care, listening to nature, in order to bring clean and honest wines to the table with an excellent price-performance ratio.

  • Chiarieri


    For more than 80 years, the Società Agricola Chiarieri has embodied values of passion and industriousness firmly rooted in the idea that good fruit comes from the earth, not from artificial creation. From the field to the bottle: a completely closed supply chain for both wine and oil. Only in this way will the land of Abruzzo bear its best fruit and offer its full expression. For almost a century now, the family Chiarieri has only lived off all this, and has made this the reason for its existence. The agricultural company Chiarieri is located in Pianella, among the soft hills of the Pescara hinterland.

  • Chiusa Grande

    Chiusa Grande


    Wines take form in the mind. I plan each wine, thinking first about the emotions that the drinker will feel and only then the production techniques required to create it. The journey is essentially back to front.

    Franco D'Eusanio

    To fully understand and follow Chiusa Grande's "Vinosophia" - our "Philosophy of Wine" - we need to travel backwards through the emotions that wines can inspire and then choose the organoleptic characteristics that create them.

  • Ciabot Berton

    Ciabot Berton

    Five generations of winegrowers at La Morra
    It is an ancient and indissoluble bond that binds the Oberto family to La Morra and the Barolo hills.

    A story that has its roots in a strong attachment to the land and is nourished every day by renewed passion.

  • Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona

    Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona

    Spread over a vast area of 220 hectares, 55.5 of which are dedicated to vineyards and 40 to olive groves, it possesses the typical characteristics of the Tuscan countryside adorned with gentle hills, pastures and woods of unforgettable colours.

    Nestled between the Poggio d'Arna and the Orcia river bordering to the south, it offers a unique panorama bordered by the typical profile of Monte Amiata in the background. The scents, wildlife and scattered farmhouses in the valley provide a natural frame for the tranquillity of these places.

  • Ciavolich


    The thought is to keep an agricultural, oenological and historical heritage intact in order to pass it on to future generations.

    The thought is to do so in a way that is sustainable for the environment, for the land, for the people who work on the farm and for the farm itself.

    The thought is to do it in such a way that the wines are as identifiable and expressive of a territory as possible.

    The thought is not to yield to the siren songs of the market that have fickle and capricious tastes.

    The thought is to do this in an authentic and consistent manner

  • Cielo e Terra Vini

    Cielo e Terra Vini

    A selection of wines created to enhance the bond with the territory, starting with the IGT selections with red wines made from Merlot, Raboso, Refosco and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and ending with white wines made from Pinot Bianco, Pinot Grigio, Garganega, Chardonnay and Sauvignon grapes. The wines of the Famiglia Cielo 1908 line express the typicality of the Venetian territory and are ideal products for everyday consumption.

  • Cirelli


    The history between wine and terracotta amphorae does not begin with us. The Greeks, the Romans - and before them the Caucasians as many as 7000 years ago - transported and stored wine in these organoleptically 'zero-impact' containers, ideal for slow and constant oxygenation. Today, we draw on the wisdom of the ancients to continue our path of quality and naturalness, through a critical and non-nostalgic reinterpretation of traditions. Our amphorae are a means and not an end
    of our work, whose objective is to offer wines that are first and foremost products of culture, the fruit of a deep attachment to the territory. This is why we have chosen to have them handmade by an artisan from Impruneta, the home of terracotta work in Italy. Each amphora has a capacity of about 800 litres and is fitted with a stainless steel manhole cover to limit contact with oxygen. Our amphorae, today as in the past, are the wise guardians of our wine and our work.

  • Ciù Ciù

    Ciù Ciù

    In the enchanting vineyards from which our wines are born, time seems to stand still to tell everyone a story: their origins. Small ancient worlds, the result of research and quality.

    The commitment and tradition of the winery, together with the conviction that wine should be the most authentic expression of the territory, give rise to a wide range of wines, representative of the wine-growing areas from which they originate.

  • Clickwine


    On our wine list you can find both famous wines, from Barolo to Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino to Amarone, Franciacorta to Prosecco, and almost unknown wines, such as Timorasso, Frappato and Pelaverga. On Clickwine you can buy wines from great wineries, such as Gaja, Antinori, Bellavista and Ca' del Bosco, and from small wineries, but capable of making wonderful wines, such as Arianna Occhipinti and Zidarich. And from each winery we choose only the best wines.

  • Codice Citra

    Codice Citra

    Founded in 1973, Codice Citra is the leading wine producer in Abruzzo, bringing together nine wineries of proven experience, all located in the province of Chieti, in an area of extraordinary potential, the historic cradle of Montepulciano d 'Abruzzo and Trebbiano d'Abruzzo.
    Chieti is, in fact, the second Italian province and by far the first in Abruzzo for the quantity of grapes harvested.

  • Coletta Oleificio

    Coletta Oleificio

    The Coletta oil mill represents an important reality in the production of extra virgin olive oil from Abruzzo. The modern, family-run company is dedicated to the exclusively cold extraction of extra virgin olive oil, its bottling and distribution in Italy and European countries.

  • Collefrisio


    Italy is a paradise for the cultivation of vines, thanks to the proliferation of over eight hundred different varieties of wine grapes, which the world envies us. When we say that we were born in the Land of Wine, in the beating heart of Italy, we mean not only that we live in an area that is particularly favourable for cultivating vines, but that the experience of four generations of fathers and mothers, who have dedicated themselves to them, runs in our blood, and that the destinies of as many families recognise in wine and its rituals their identity. The vineyard, for us, is life.


  • Colli del Soligo

    Colli del Soligo

    Our history: members, territory, passion

    To write an important story that leaves important marks in time, there are three elements that cannot be missing: a protagonist, a territory, a passion.

    Our story began in 1957, over 60 years ago, thanks to 31 winegrowers who shared a passion for Prosecco, the same vocation for wine-growing and a love for their territory, which over the years has become one of the most important reference points for national wine production. In just a few years, the group of founders was joined by other members, fascinated by the possibility of making their land and the products born from the meticulous care of their vines known thanks to the strength of cooperation.

  • Colli Ripani

    Colli Ripani

    The Members, the Winery, the Colli Ripani. An ever closer bond that renews its strength with each activity and finds the answer to a clear need: to pour into a goblet not a wine, but a story.

    It is with this objective in mind that we have embarked on an important journey to renew our image and identity. Because the Cooperative is a mutable organism, it changes and adapts as the people who make it up change. So at a certain point it became clear to everyone that we were wearing a dress that no longer represented us. The time had come to change. No mean feat, of course, but a correct intuition confirmed by the achievement of an unforgettable goal: the 'Label of the Year 2015' award given to the Rosso Piceno DOC of Organic Lineat the 49th edition of Vinitaly. This award was followed by others, and each time is always like the first. The same emotion.

    Discover the most award-winning wines and labels

  • Colonnara


    Ambassadors of Verdicchio in the world

    On the initiative of 19 founding partners, Colonnara was founded in 1959 in Cupramontana, in what has been called the 'Verdicchio capital' of the Castelli di Jesi area.

    The historic core of our vineyards is located on the right bank of the Esino river, between the municipalities of Cupramontana, Apiro, Staffolo and San Paolo di Jesi. This particular area of medium-high hills gives the wines a mineral and acidic characteristic, which has proved decisive in the development of our products of excellence.
    Starting in the early 1960s and with the recognition of the DOC to Verdicchio

  • Colpetrone


    The Territory
    1Specificationsabout the territory

    the Montefalco wine production area is in the centre of Umbria in a hilly area with an excellent position and particular geological characteristics. From the estate one can easily reach the splendid town of Montefalco, as well as Spoleto, Orvieto and Perugia, remembering that we are two hours from Rome

  • Contadi Castaldi

    Contadi Castaldi

    The most beautiful emotion a wine can bring: to find in it all the magic of the landscape of origin.

    An extraordinary universe of vineyards has given rise to the territory of Franciacorta. In the variety of its landscapes we have discovered an expressive range so wide and rich in nuances that it has become possible to realise a new oenological dream.

    This is how Contadi Castaldi was born, the company that more than any other has specialised in the art of innovation, searching within Franciacorta for the most evocative vineyards and the most passionate vintners. Because no one vine-dresser is the same as another, and each of them practices and excels in different passions.

  • Conte Brandolini D'Adda

    Conte Brandolini D'Adda


    The Conte Brandolini d'Adda winery, located in Friuli in the Friuli Grave DOC area, receives its white grapes from the Zanussi family farm and its organic red grapes from the Vistorta farm. The cultivation criteria are among the most modern: high-density planting and low yield per vine, very accurate pruning, abundant growth of vegetation, constant control and monitoring contribute to the achievement of a high quality product. Vinification is carried out in the splendid 18th century barchessa of Cordignano. The careful selection of grapes and the rigorous vinification protocol, in full respect of Friulian oenological traditions, are the essential basis of the estate's wines.

  • Contesa


    In the Contesa philosophy, 'wine is made in the vineyard' and the cellar is the place where the journey from harvest to bottle ageing is completed, repeated year after year in a ritual that is sacred to us. Here patience and silence are indispensable values, because we know that just as nature needs its time to give us true masterpieces, in the same way every fine wine is born from a precise modus operandi refined and handed down from generation to generation.

  • Conti Zecca

    Conti Zecca

    For five centuries, the Conti Zecca have inhabited the lands of Leverano, in the heart of Salento. They have always listened to the land, understood it and put it to good use, to the point of completing, in the early 1900s, the production cycle from cultivation to vinification of the grapes from their own estates, without ever altering the delicate balance of the place. The transition from the vineyard to the winery was a natural consequence, and is still followed on the farm today with the same dedication.

  • Cottanera


    Entire families work for us, particularly the women, who, according to Etna tradition, possess the right delicacy in caring for the vines and selecting the grapes.
    Knowledge is passed down from generation to generation.

  • CVA Canicattì

    CVA Canicattì

    CVA Canicattì, was founded in 1969 in the wake of the Sicilian farming movement that had also marked these lands. From the outset, the production project has been supported by the convinced adhesion of numerous farmers who share a cultural and value heritage linked to the civilisation of the vine and wine. In the mid-2000s, a new production path oriented towards oenological excellence matured: an investment plan in the technological and organisational field that touched all sectors of production allowed CVA Canicattì to define a new and higher concept of wine quality. From vineyard management to marketing strategies, the objective has always been the same: to intercept the most demanding and well-prepared consumer with wines of high oenological content characterised by the right quality/price ratio.

  • D'Alesio Sciarr

    D'Alesio Sciarr

    The soft sound of a cork being uncorked from the bottle has the sound of a man opening his heart.
    (William S. Benwell)

  • D'Onofrio


    Try our extra virgin olive oil, made exclusively from olives processed in our mill using a continuous 'cold' pressing cycle.

  • Dario Princic

    Dario Princic

    The Dario Princic farm is a pearl at the foot of the mountains that mark the border with neighbouring Slovenia.

    Bottlers since 1993, before then Dario sold the grapes to local wineries. The revolution began earlier, in fact since 1988 no chemical products have been used in the vineyards, only natural fertilisers (cow and horse manure) and little copper and sulphur for aerial treatments.

  • De Angelis Corvi

    De Angelis Corvi

    The wine and olive oil company was founded in 2002 by owner Corrado De Angelis Corvi and is located in Controguerra, in the heart of the Teramo hills behind the Val Vibrata, covering an area of 13 ha

  • Delia Orsini

    Delia Orsini

    An olive oil of the highest quality and obtained exclusively from olives grown on the farm's own land.

  • DESEO Cantina Viticoltori Ponte

    DESEO Cantina Viticoltori Ponte

    Ponte is awinery among the most important in Italy, spread between the provinces of Treviso e Venice, privileged areas for the production of Prosecco Doc and Pinot Grigio Doc delle Venezie Continuous control over the entire course of the production chain allows for clear product traceability and the guarantee of a constant standard of quality. The passion of Ponte winegrowers enhances the purity of the fruits of nature with love and respect, creating a quality wine that indissolubly links man and his land.

  • Di Giampaolo

    Di Giampaolo

    Our company is located in Catignano (Pescara) in the heart of theAbruzzo.

    It was founded in 1958 and has always been dedicated to perfecting the cultivation and processing of olives to obtain the best quality.

  • Di Majo Norante

    Di Majo Norante

    Di Majo Norante has been producing wines from its own grapes since 1800, as evidenced by the cellars under the piazza and in the old family palace in Campomarino. The dedication to vine cultivation is inherited from Alessio di Majo Norante and is planned today together with a passion for research and experimentation. Di Majo Norante produces its wines exclusively from the 123 hectares of the ancient feud of the Marquis Norante of Santa Cristina. The winery's oenological philosophy Di Majo Norante respects the traditional approach to vine cultivation and wine production, in an attempt to preserve all the characteristics of Mediterranean grape varieties.

  • Di Renzo

    Di Renzo

    The Company

    The company Danilo Di Renzo is a wine producer in the municipality of Chieti, in the province of Chieti, in the region Abruzzo. The Quattrocalici wine guide reviews all the most important producers in the province of Chietiincluding the company Danilo Di Renzo. In this, as in all regions of Italy, there are hundreds of wineries and wine producers. This is why Quattrocalici selects the wine producers to review through careful research. Among the most interesting wineries we have found in the region Abruzzotoday, we propose the Danilo Di Renzo winery, which is one of the most important wine producers in the province of Chieti. These areas are historically suited for viticulture, and the numerous awards won by wineries in the province of Chieti have further stimulated producers to invest in the area in order to make the best use of its production potential, to constantly improve quality and to address new markets. Danilo Di Renzo 's wines are characterised by the right sugar and alcohol content and good fixed acidity, which helps to enhance the aromas and maintain them over time. This sheet contains all the wines of the Danilo Di Renzo company reviewed by Quattrocalici.
  • Di Ubaldo

    Di Ubaldo

    ...tired and stressed by a job that is increasingly tied to a frenzied pace and without rules, the family Di Ubaldo abandons the work of a generation, linked to the textile world, and chooses to dedicate itself to a timeless job, except that of the seasons..

  • Domaine de Montille

    Domaine de Montille

    The Domaine de Montille has been a true reference point for Burgundy production for many years. Since the release of the documentary film Mondovino, the entire De Montille family is now one of the most famous in the whole of Burgundy. Etienne and Alix, Hubert's sons, have thus become standard-bearers of small winemaking. To make these wines elegant and harmonious, the rules are simple: vinification with long macerations, ageing in barriques and bottling without filtration. The family's objective is only to be able to interpret the territory better and better, in search of wines in which the main role is no longer played by body, matter and density, but by tension, dynamism and depth. The company today has about 16 hectares under vine. The density of vines at Domaine de Montille is 10,000 vines/hectare, with a simple Guyot training system. Viticulture has been strictly organic since 1995 and the soil has always been ploughed. Etienne began experimenting with biodynamic farming in Mitans, which he has gradually expanded throughout the Domaine. Etienne maintains, however, that biodynamic farming is not an end in itself, but only a means to his goal: the production of the best possible wines. The Taillepieds Vineyard, named for the sharp, pointed stones present, is a Premier Cru that has historically been part of the De Montille family's one-and-a-half hectare property. It is probably the family's flagship vineyard. The soil, as is the case for the entire Cote de Beaune, is of a clay-limestone type, with a rather important amount of limestone, higher than the average for the region, and with a superficial layer of stones. Not very deep - only 85 centimetres before reaching the rocky layer - it is placed on a steep slope, and therefore has optimal drainage. As far as vinification is concerned, 25% new wood is normally used, and 2nd, 3rd and 4th passage wood is used for the remainder. Etienne does not racking, leaving the wine 'on the lie' even up to 23 months, without clarification or filtering, also making bottling less forced. "What I want to achieve for my wines in the end can be summed up in a few words: finesse, aromatic purity ability to defy time."

  • Domaine des Baumard

    Domaine des Baumard

    The Baumard family has lived and worked the vineyards in Rochefort-sur-Loire since 1634 and is considered one of the largest producers of Loire Valley and white wine in the world. Located in the heart of Anjou, the company was revived after phylloxera by Jean Baumard in the mid-1950s and is now in the hands of his son Florent, who took over the family business in 1987. His working philosophy focuses on intervening as little as possible in the vineyard and cellar. In 2003, Florent started bottling all his still wines with Stelvin closures, becoming a pioneer of this technology in France. The Domaine des Baumard produces cuvées of Savennières, dry wine made from Chenin Blanc grapes, and cuvées of sparkling wines made from Chenin, Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc. The estate also includes several vineyards in the Coteaux du Layon appellation and is the most famous producer of Quarts de Chaume: a sweet and intense, long-lived wine made from 100% Chenin Blanc grapes.

  • Domaine La Barroche

    Domaine La Barroche

    A small winery that only started bottling in 2004, but with a history of more than 500 years in the wine production of this historic Rhone Valley AOC, always in the hands of the same family. The winery's reputation has been built up in just a few years, and it is now recognised by the international press and critics as one of Chateauneuf's absolute excellences. 11 hectares planted with vines, all bush-trained, most of them over a hundred years old on sandy and gravelly soils, buffeted by the region's infamous and very strong Mistral Wind. Wines of great elegance, structure and minerality, with formidable ageing capacity. Production is carried out according to the most traditional methods, applying maniacal attention both in the vineyard (selecting the grapes on tape already in the vineyard) and in the cellar (vinifying each vine in separate barrels and blending only after lengthy refinement and study). Organic viticulture, mass selection and topping up the barrels following evaporation, according to the traditional recipe. The power of La Barroche products is a beacon of elegance for the production of this special appellation.

  • Domini Veneti

    Domini Veneti

    The earth, the vines, the sun. The wise gestures of man, his knowledge and sensitivity as custodian. From respect for the rhythms of nature and the fortunate encounter of ideal climatic and territorial conditions, comes a red or white nectar, sweet or dry, that ennobles the interweaving between man and the world that hosts him: the Valpolicella Classica wines of Domìni Veneti are a great testimony to this.

  • Don Carlo

    Don Carlo

    The grapes, all from my own vineyards, are cultivated according to the biodynamic method. The wines are produced without any oenological aids and without the addition of sulphur dioxide at any stage of vinification.

  • Donnafugata


    We focus our attentions on small, high-quality productions from unique territories and vineyards.

  • Dora Sarchese

    Dora Sarchese

    Inside the wine cellar Dora Sarchese there is a fountain from which wine gushes, a special place with a special story. The idea of realising a wine fountain in Abruzzo came from the intuition of Dina and Luigi, two passionate walkers from Ortona who, during their pilgrimage to the tomb of Santiago de Compostela, happily came across a wine fountain available to the many pilgrims in need of refreshment. This experience gave Dina and Luigi the dream of realising the same thing on the route they themselves had helped to create, the Way of St. Thomas, a long path between Rome and Ortona, linking the tombs of the apostles Peter and Thomas. It was precisely on the route of the Way of St. Thomas, a few kilometres from Ortona, that our wine cellar was located, the right place to build our wine fountain, where pilgrims from all over the world could refresh themselves from the exertions of the long journey

  • Dragani / Altavilla

    Dragani / Altavilla

    The activities of the Dragani Cellars began as far back as A.D 1812. In that year, a document signed by the then burgomaster of Caldari authorised Dragani Emanuele to sell his products in the territory of the same municipality. Already at that time, the Dragani family owned its most renowned agri, such as Selva dei Canonici and Fonte Melata.

  • Duca di Salaparuta

    Duca di Salaparuta

    The choice of the best soils and the most interesting grape varieties, innovation and technology at the service of the vineyard and the winery... With Duca di Salaparuta

  • Duchi di Castelluccio

    Duchi di Castelluccio

    It was the year 1889 when our ancestors began producing the first wines from the Casauria vineyards in the ancient Pescara valley. From the small hut-shaped vineyard affectionately known as 'la brecciara' because the soil was rocky and therefore very rich in limestone, an exceptional wine called 'Crosta' was born. Terrain after terrain, passing from the sea to the mountains, in 1939 the natural evolution into the large family farm led with foresight and great humility by 'Don Angelo' who, to the compliments he received for the goodness of his products, simply replied 'it is not me you have to thank but Mother Nature'.

  • Emidio Pepe

    Emidio Pepe

    The first idea of Emidio Pepe was to produce the best expression of Trebbiano and Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, and to do this, ageing was the key to achieving the refinement and elegance he sought and, at the same time, preserving the youth and energy of the wines. The ageing cellar was the first of the cellars to be built at Casa Pepe, a sign of Emidio's great intuition: time. Indeed, he was a pioneer in leaving bottles of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo in reserve from the earliest years. He was convinced that not only could these keep well but that his wines had a fundamental need to age in order to reach their true dimension. As in the past, at least half of the production is still stored in the cellar and is only released when the family thinks the vintage is at its best. Around 350,000 bottles are stored in the Pepe winery cellar and continue their ageing process. It is a cellar in constant movement as the old bottles are released in small quantities every year, while the young ones are stored and will only be released when they are ready. This is our historical heritage, a library of vintages and a collection of bottles that have been produced over the years with the same philosophy and method to capture the climate of each season and ensure that each bottle tells its own story.

  • Ettore Galasso

    Ettore Galasso

    It was in the 17th century when the family, originally from northern Italy, moved to Abruzzo, settling in the area between the current provinces of Pescara and Chieti, where they consolidated their production activities. The Galassos were, in fact, a patriarchal family that had always been devoted to the production and marketing of extra virgin olive oil, fruit and grapes.

  • Famiglia Febo

    Famiglia Febo

    Today, Famiglia Febo produces three types of wine: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo and Parella, a white wine from Trebbiano grapes.

  • Fantini Farnese

    Fantini Farnese

    Wine, Fantini Group goes international with Spanish winery Finca Fella

    The Italian group specialising in Southern Italy expands by arriving in Castile: 'We are entering a different dimension, which we hope will lead us to be major European producers'

  • Fattoria Felsina

    Fattoria Felsina

    Domenico Poggiali bought the Fèlsina farm in 1966 and with a courageous act at that difficult time for Italian viticulture, he chose to invest in the quality of the wine and the expertise of a few young people. Passionate about wine-growing and skilled entrepreneurs, Domenico and his son Giuseppe Poggiali modernised the management of the countryside without abandoning the spirit of tradition. In the space of a few years, the hectares under vine became more than forty and the soul and organisation of the company also changed. In the second half of the 1970s, his son-in-law Giuseppe Mazzocolin joined the company, with the task of commercially developing the business. His humanistic culture and awareness of man's responsibility in his work contributed to the growth of the wine culture in Italy and abroad, achieving the first international awards. His friendship with Luigi Veronelli and collaboration with oenologist Franco Bernabei charted a course that is revealed with extreme consistency in the wines from the 1983 vintage, the first of Fontalloro and Rancia, to the present day. Under the guidance of Domenico and Giuseppe Poggiali, a path began that since 1990 has also seen Giovanni Poggiali, the first of Giuseppe's three sons, as a protagonist.

  • Fattoria Gaglierano

    Fattoria Gaglierano

    The farm is located at about 200 metres above sea level in an enviable position on fertile and gentle slopes covered with Montepulciano and Pecorino grapes. It is certified organic and implements an extremely clean farming system with particular attention to the seasonal cycle and the natural fertility of the soil. That of Fattoria Gaglierano is a measured and selected production with particularly fine grapes that represent an extraordinary alchemy between territory, people and culture of making. The result is the production of fine wines that encapsulate the entire historical wine-making tradition of our district with art and great wisdom. Perfumes, unmistakable flavours and great elegance place our labels among the most interesting in the area.

  • Fattoria La Valentina

    Fattoria La Valentina

    Fattoria La Valentina was founded in 1990, in the town of Spoltore, in the hills near Pescara. In 1994, after a few changes between partners, it was we, Sabatino, Roberto and Andrea Di Properzio, who bought the entire company. Between the vines and the cellar, our work began, in close contact with nature and its fruits.

  • Fattoria le Pupille

    Fattoria le Pupille

    They called her the Lady of Morellino and also the Ambassador of the Maremma for having taken its values, aromas and intensity around the world. She was the first woman president of a consortium when in 1992 she took over the reins of the newly established Consorzio del Morellino di Scansano, a role she held again between 2011 and 2013. In addition to being the first woman president of a consortium structure in Italy, in 2006 Elisabetta was also the first woman elected 'Producer of the Year' by the German food and wine magazine Der Feinschmecker.

  • Fattoria Licia

    Fattoria Licia

    The solid roots of agricultural tradition and entrepreneurial dynamism have thus been passed on to Enzo De Luca, the owner of today's company Fattoria Licia, who, while keeping the memory of his predecessors intact, has succeeded in creating a company equipped with the latest technology and attentive to the needs of today's market. Bottling began in 1990 (REA No. CH 107740).

  • Fattoria Teatina

    Fattoria Teatina

    In 2015, we realised that our vines, the animals that inhabit our vineyards, the insects and the people who live on our land have the right to be surrounded by a healthy environment. Our entire production process has been converted to organic, from the vineyard to the winery. In the cellar we have always had an ETHICAL APPROACH, avoiding invasive oenological practices, almost halving the use of sulphites compared to legal limits, and using only natural products for clarification. Everything is done with respect for nature.

  • Fausto Falcone

    Fausto Falcone

    The growth trajectory of the Falcone winery began in the 1960s, thanks to the vision of founder Ponziano Falcone, father of four, who returned after a hard working experience in Latin America, in Venezuela, in the 1950s. , these vineyards, all of which he owned, have been partly restored by his sons, and extend over the hillsides between Ari and Vacri, two hillside towns in the province of Chieti, united in the municipality of Pianagrande. Still returning from abroad, the company took over after two generations: that of Fausto Falcone, a young entrepreneur who still believes in the value of roots, of his land. The grapes are harvested according to ancient traditions: exclusively by hand, with the utmost care, processed in the cellar, combining innovation and tradition. The ingredients of a quality wine for our company are experience, knowledge, the selection of the best grapes, control of the production phases, the advice of a nationally renowned oenologist, Romeo Taraborelli, and finally passion and love.

  • Fausto Zazzara

    Fausto Zazzara

    The grapes are cultivated by the talented farmers of Crecchio, an area between the Adriatic Sea and the Majella mountain range, renowned for its famous wines made under the careful care of oenologist Dr Matteo Fortunato. From the weekly samplings, analysing the berries from the various vineyards, the pH, acidity and sugar levels are checked to establish the harvest period, which is strictly hand-picked. The must, extracted according to a careful oenological technique, is 60% of the weight of the crushed grapes. The must is immediately transferred to tanks where it ferments at a controlled temperature to keep the organoleptic characteristics of the wines intact. From the ripe and ready wines, the Majgual team, in the persons of Fausto Zazzara, oenologist Dr Giulio Vecchio and oenologist Matteo Fortunato prepare the cuvees for the various types of sparkling wine. The wine thus prepared is transferred to Tocco Da Casauria where the tirage is carried out. Here, the bottles thus defined are transferred and stacked in the ancient caves dug into the rock, at a temperature of between 12 and 16 °C, where they rest for frothing and maturation on the lees for long periods (24-60 months) with regular checks. The controls and painstaking manual handling of each bottle throughout the production process make the difference and make Majgual a unique product.

  • Ferrari


    Excellence is nourished by authentic values, cultivated with love generation after generation. It is the continuous search for quality and attention to detail throughout the entire production process that has made Ferrari the first Italian Metodo Classico sparkling wine house. This is why each bottle is a unique episode.

  • Feudi del Pisciotto

    Feudi del Pisciotto

    The boutique hotel Feudi del Pisciotto is located in the Val di Noto: a unique position to discover and enjoy the beauty of south-eastern Sicily. Sea, cities of art, archaeological sites, all reachable by car through a landscape that tells of the most authentic spirit of Sicily. Resulting from the restoration of an ancient baglio dating back to the 1700s, Feudi del Pisciotto is now a cosy and charming hotel, within an estate of approximately 150 hectares in all, where the past and traditions marry the present and comfort, in a harmonious coexistence that makes every space of the wine resort special. The rooms and suites of the boutique hotel have been created in the habitable part of the ancient palmento, to which a modern wine cellar has now been added, capable of producing wines that enhance the terroir, pursuing the teachings of Giacomo Tachis, the greatest Italian oenologist ever. The ancient Palmento is a magical place that embodies the timeless soul of this exclusive wine resort. Spacious and elegant living spaces, swimming pool with pool bar, restaurant, wellness area and a panoramic terrace overlooking the large vineyard of over 44 hectares are the elements that will make every stay at Feudi del Pisciotto unforgettable.

  • Feudo Antico

    Feudo Antico

    Custodians of the land. We go further to innovate, preserve and regenerate the land and its cultivation. New wine-growing techniques and experimentation on native vines: the primary objective is to preserve and guard the land that hosts us. The headquarters of Feudo Antico is today located near an ancient Roman villa. This is how we celebrate our winegrowing project, a journey that began in 2004 and is rooted in a thousand-year-old tradition. Unique experiences from Feudo Antico: wine tasting is combined with knowledge of the culture and traditions of an area with a millennial wine vocation. Different wine-tasting formulas to accompany aperitifs, light lunches or dinners: wine and local food pairings, even in a gourmet style. A visit to the wine cellar as an opportunity for discovery and cultural enrichment: a museum in its own right, cisterns from the Roman era dating back to the 1st century B.C. used for storing wine and oil, an inclined torcularium floor used for pressing grapes and olives. You can breathe in the air of history from Feudo Antico. For a day visit or a short stay.

  • Filomusi Guelfi

    Filomusi Guelfi

    This story is a topical one, one of those few stories where what 'once was' is still there. No wonder. We are in Abruzzo: telling a story like this, a special story, is possible. It all begins in Contrada Ceppete. We are at Tocco da Casauria, on the north-eastern slope of Majella, the mother mountain of all Abruzzi people. The Contrada Ceppete has always been a land of choice for the cultivation of vines, and it is from this that it gets its name: stump is in fact synonymous with vine shoot, after the lignification phase. But to this lexical link, the area unites the historical link of its name with that of the Filomusi family who, originally from Pesaro, moved around 1500 to Atri and from there to Tocco da Casauria, due to irreconcilable disagreements with the dukes of Acquaviva, powerful lords of Atri. At Tocco da Casauria, he then became related to the Guelfi family, who had come to Abruzzo from Arezzo as part of the vast agrarian reform carried out by Bernardo Tanucci, minister of Charles III of Bourbon, who promoted the transfer of numerous Tuscan families close to him to whom land and farms were assigned, with the commitment to introduce more modern forms of land management in Abruzzo.

  • Finisterrae


    Finisterrae Vini is a young winery from Abruzzo, whose oenological passion stems from the encounter between sea and land, in that 'feminine' character inherent in Nature and in the fecundity of a land like Italy, capable of giving the most delicious of nectars: wine! A young, competent and motivated staff make Finisterrae Vini a solid reality with an international scope: not only simple production and distribution of wines, but also international business development and a service dedicated to the full satisfaction of its customers.

  • Fiol


    Giovanni, Gian Luca and Pietro, grew up among the Treviso countryside and vineyards, the stage which formed a lifelong bond together and deep passion for their heritage and land. This is why these three friends founded FIOL, as a commitment to sharing the best of what Treviso has to offer with the world more widely.

  • Fontodi


    All Fontodi wines are made from grapes from its own vineyards, hand-picked and carefully selected. The processes of vinification and maturation in wood take place in the modern cellar arranged on descending levels so as to operate by gravity with an approach that is as respectful as possible of the natural integrity of the grapes.

  • Forteto della Luja

    Forteto della Luja

    Loazzolo is a small commune of about 300 inhabitants, 600 metres above sea level, located on the border between the Langa Astigiana, of which it is part, and the Langa Albese, a few kilometres from Canelli (At) southern Piedmont. Thanks to its exceptional geographical situation, it benefits from a truly unique and special microclimate. The calcareous marly soil is essential to obtain the typicality of the wines produced. The exposure of the vineyards is called 'suri' or south/east to south/west. The slope is significant. The vineyards are never weeded, and only organic fertilisation is used. Amidst woods and vineyards, on steeply sloping hillsides, Loazzolo offers fine views of old houses in 'sandstone', which retain all the charm of the 19th century. But Loazzolo is known for its small doc wine that has given its name to a very special wine, a late harvest Moscato passito, vinified and bottled (a unique case in Italy) in a single municipality on an area of less than five hectares, with a very limited yield of less than 2750 litres per hectare and eight passionate producers. The sweet nectar that is born on these hills benefits from a long tradition. This soft, velvety beverage has such an ancient history that it enthused poets of the past. Homer extolled the sweet wine of King Thracius Maron. Already in the 17th century, passito wine was produced in Italy for the nobility to flatter the palates of the powerful. It was drunk respectfully and sparingly, without mixing it with water, in small glasses that symbolised its rarity. It was pure wine, the 'merum' of the Romans, 'cult' wine as opposed to 'nourishment' wine. In the last century, towards the end of the 1930s, sweet Muscat was produced in Loazzolo... it was 1936, before a terrible storm destroyed the 'Piasa Rischei', replanted in 1938.

  • Foss Marai

    Foss Marai

    Their great desire to get things done leads Adriana and Carlo to face any difficulty together and represents an important lever for the growth of a company that is increasingly strong, firm, consistent with its strategies and destined to become one of the largest in its derivation in terms of quality standards, technical-craftsmanship and experimentation. A company permeated by a strong sense of belonging to the territory and a strong family spirit. A production reality where passion for quality, respect for nature and attention to the smallest detail are essential values and where, since time immemorial, production has been carried out with craftsmanship and an innovative mind. To strive for perfection, now as then.

  • Frantoio Cerretani e Valentini

    Frantoio Cerretani e Valentini

    The oil mill, divided into two levels, covers a total area of about 800 square metres. A continuous cycle plant is installed inside, with a processing capacity of 35 quintals of olives per hour.

  • Frantoio Guido Giardino

    Frantoio Guido Giardino

    For more than 100 years we have been producing extra virgin olive oil in Rocca San Giovanni, on the Costa dei Trabocchi in Abruzzo. We have always paid attention to technological innovation to keep the quality of our products high, while respecting tradition.

  • Freschello


    It was the year 1996 when brothers Giovanni, Renzo and Piergiorgio Cielo, returning from a business trip, decided to include in their range of wines sold a white and a red that would express freshness and joy every day on the Italian table. They thought to make that lightness gratifying with a delicate sparkling note that characterised as lively the first white and red wine they called Freschello.

  • Frescobaldi


    Ca' del Bosco is a landmark name in Franciacorta and in the Italian production of top-class sparkling wines, a symbol of Made in Italy excellence that has become a status symbol for several generations.

  • Gaja


    he winery Gaja, founded in 1859 by Giovanni Gaja, came from Spain in the 17th century. Later the family opened a tavern in Barbaresco; here one could find excellent dishes always accompanied by the wines. Bottling took place at the end of the 19th century, a time when wines were shipped from Piedmont to the Italian army in Abyssinia. In 1937, Giovanni Gaja put his surname, in large red letters, on the labels of his bottles. After the Second World War, the company began to expand by making a significant series of purchases of vineyards. Taking over the reins from his grandfather in 1961 was Angelo Gaja who, at the age of 21, after studying winemaking at the Enological Institute of Alba and at the University of Montpellier in France, took a degree in economics at the University of Turin to bring his passion into the family business.

  • Galardi


    From a common passion for the countryside and farming activities, Dora and Maria Luisa with Arturo, Roberto and Francesco started in 1991 the production of a high quality wine with the dream of renewing the ancient tradition of noble Campania vines. Today Roberto is no longer with us, but also as a tribute to his person, the commitment of Galardi is perpetuated in the search for oenological expression at the highest quality levels.

  • Giocondo


    We live our daily lives in our olive groves and oil mill with our children in mind. We cultivate organically and oil production has been part of our family history since 1930. Our oils are produced in San Vito Chietino - Costa dei Trabocchi - an area between the sea and the hills where our small farming families have always harvested olives to make 'home-made oil'

  • Gioia del Sole

    Gioia del Sole

    An exclamation that would seem obvious if the person making it were not a beautiful Chinese lady. The first Chinese woman to have invested in the world of wine in Italy, in Abruzzo. It would seem a story like many others. Arriving in a region, falling in love with the place and choosing to invest, work and stay. A story like many others if it were not for the gracious and kindly Qu Hua, Gioia, from Beijing, writing it. She came from the East to study, then to work and finally to fall in love with the uniqueness of Abruzzo, what she calls 'my Abruzzo'. We are in the province of Chieti in Ripa Teatina in the middle of the Teatine Hills between the Majella massif and the Adriatic Sea.

  • Giovenzo


    Giovenzo Srl is an agricultural company based in Ortona in the province of Chieti, the 'gateway' to the beautiful Costa dei Trabocchi.

    The mission guiding the Giovenzo project is to bring the authenticity of Abruzzo's wine-making tradition to the table with an eye on innovation and sustainability.

  • Girlan


    At present, the wine cellar Girlan has 200 winegrowing members, spread over a vineyard cultivation area of 220 hectares, in the best production areas of the Oltradige and Bassa Atesina.

    The wines are among the most awarded in the region and available in over 30 states.

  • Giulia Negri

    Giulia Negri

    A parliamentarian and writer, Giovanni replanted the vineyards and protected the truffle forest. Engaged in a new enterprise (, the company is now run by Giulia on the same land that belonged to the Diatto-Negri family since 1880.

  • Giuliana Vicini

    Giuliana Vicini

    Giuliana's story is the story of an early 20th century woman born into a patriarchal family from which she was never able to redeem herself. Giuliana was born in 1925 in Abruzzo, in Ortona, from the arranged marriage between Giustino Ciavolich and Geppina Berardi.

  • Grattamacco


    The wine cellar Grattamacco is located about an hour's drive from the ColleMassari Castle. The estate dates back to 1977, is located between Castagneto Carducci and Bolgheri and enjoys a panoramic view of the Tuscan coast. The vineyards of Grattamacco are located at an altitude of about 100-200 metres above sea level, in a protected position in the hilly area of Bolgheri. Nearby are the wine cellars that, together with Grattamacco, make Bolgheri an internationally renowned name.
    The area enjoys a dry climate with considerable temperature fluctuations, which allows us to cultivate not only French grapes, but also Sangiovese and Vermentino.
    The estate has been part of the ColleMassari Group since 2002.

  • Grimaldi Luigino

    Grimaldi Luigino

    Peasant origins

    The history of the Grimaldis is rooted in the peasant roots of the Langhe, in the Talloria Valley, at the beginning of the 19th century, when wheat fields grew between the rows and every farmstead had, next to the cellar, the stable in which prized Fassona Piemontese cattle were bred. Grandfather Giuseppe cultivated excellent Dolcetto grapes, the main variety in the Diano d'Alba area, which, after the harvest, he would load onto the cart and take to the Alba market, where they were bought by the winemakers.

    A new beginning

    After the war, Giuseppe's son, Carlo Grimaldi, began bottling under the family name. Work began to modernise the farm and rationalise the vineyards in order to enhance the varietal expressions of native vines and raise the quality of the wines produced. With foresight and intuition, Carlo understood the importance that the Nebbiolo grape variety would play in Piedmontese and then international oenology. It was in the early 1950s that the first vintages of Barolo and Barbaresco were bottled, which still today represent the winery's flagship wines and make Grimaldi a historical reality in their respective appellations.

  • Gulfi


    The ancient depiction of the famous mosaic in Piazza Armerina, in the province of Enna, tells the legend of Eros (Love) and Psyche (Beauty) who, out of envy of Venus, are forced to love each other in secret.

  • Il Colle

    Il Colle

    My parents, my sister and I were born and raised in Siena. My father was a notary and in 1972 he bought Il Collewhich has been our holiday home ever since. In the same year the first three hectares of vineyards were planted, which I still look after today. In 1977, my father uncorked the first Brunello in the company of his friends. He managed perfectly well to combine the city rhythms of a notary with his leisure time: sitting on the tractor in the middle of the vineyards and breathing the air of Montalcino. One day, in the plough of that same tractor where he spent his weekends, he found a bronze-coloured object, depicting a greyhound in the shape of a 'C'. C for Carli and for Colle. Since no one could give him any certainty about its provenance, possibly Etruscan, he resigned himself by saying: 'the past may be uncertain, but the future is bright'. So that greyhound has been on our labels ever since.

  • Il Feuduccio

    Il Feuduccio

    Our agronomic management is made up of specialised technicians, but above all by all those people who believe in our quality project, to which they dedicate themselves with passion and commitment.

    The thinning out carried out at veraison, 40-50 days before the harvest, leads us to a further selection of the bunches in order to obtain D.O.C. and I.T.G. wines of excellent quality, both red and white. Il Feuduccio introduced innovative training systems, replacing the traditional ones: the first agronomic interventions for the improvement of the farm were aimed at replacing the existing vineyards trained with canopies, then replanting exclusively rows with the bi-directional and mono-directional spurred cordon system, with a considerable reduction in production compared to the previous training system.

  • Il Palagio

    Il Palagio

    Fattoria il Palagio with its vast grounds is located in an area rich in history and tradition.
    The picturesque hilly landscape between Volterra and San Gimignano is one of the centres of activity of ancient Roman and Etruscan settlements. This region has always been famous for its elegant wines.

  • IL.DA Vini

    IL.DA Vini

    IL.DA VINI is the completion of the farm founded by our grandparents in the 1960s and continued with love by our parents... the name ILDA is in fact the acronym of the current working family... Over the last few years we have expanded the farm in terms of territory, searching for improvements in every detail, with the passion that keeps us united as a family... Our farm is located in the Chieti area, mainly in the Ortona and Orsogna zones at altitudes that vary from 20 to 300 metres above sea level with Montepulciano, Trebbiano and Pecorino vineyards. s.l.m. with native vineyards of Montepulciano, Trebbiano and Pecorino.

  • Infusi dall’Eremo

    Infusi dall’Eremo

    The tradition it Infusi dall’Eremo is that of Abruzzi monasticism , which for centuries was the custodian of popular cultures, arts and traditions. The precious casket of this culture is represented by the hermitage, not only a spiritual but also a material reference point for the medieval populations who often relied on the care of monks to cure their ailments.

  • Inverso Vini

    Inverso Vini

    We are Costanza and Nicola, the two young people running Inverso Vini.

    Giving value back to the wines and the land but with an inverted character

    We decided in 2019 to leave everything behind, to go back to our families and pick up what our parents, grandparents and grandfathers' fathers had started before us.

  • Isole e Olena

    Isole e Olena

    "Paolo De Marchi has always been a little ahead of the average of his colleagues in focusing his work and giving it perspective" - "Paolo De Marchi has been one of the architects of the rebirth of Chianti Classico Ernesto Gentili, The Great Wines of Tuscany

    "Paolo De Marchi has been one of the architects of the rebirth of Chianti Classico and today rightly enjoys the fame and blazon that his winery has achieved. Cepparello demonstrated in times past where one could go with Sangiovese. Even the various Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Chardonnay, united in the Collection line, have contributed greatly to the affirmation of the terroir and the main appellation, lending a further hand to its credibility." - AIS Duemilavini 2011

  • Italo Pietrantonj

    Italo Pietrantonj

    The terroir at the basis of our wines

    The vineyards, located on the hills between Vittorito and Corfinio, enjoy excellent sun exposure, favourable ventilation and a considerable temperature range between day and night. These ideal conditions are due to the proximity of important mountains such as Sirente, Maiella and Morrone and the presence of the Aterno river. These pedoclimatic characteristics positively influence the ripening of the grapes, enhancing their aromatic heritage and maintaining the right acidity.

  • Jermann


    1881 The great-great-grandfather Anton Jermann came to Farra from the Austrian wine-growing region of Burgenland: this was the year the company was founded Jermann.

    1930-1940 Angelo Jermann, who is now 93 years old, not only continued to carry on the family's vine-growing tradition, but at the same time devoted himself passionately to cattle breeding, contributing to making the Jermann brand an ethical and successful all-round family business.

  • JMEF Jannamico Liquori

    JMEF Jannamico Liquori

    One hundred and thirty years of history inextricably link the Jannamico family to their company. An art handed down in continuous evolution, mixed with an ever-living passion, distilled drop by drop into their liqueurs.

  • Joaquin


    To understand this winery, you must not know it, you must not have been there, you must start by tasting its wines, free of possible preconceptions. And then you also understand the character behind it, its originality, eccentricity bordering on the bizarre.

  • Karthäuserhof


    One of the oldest wineries is Karth, which was started by Carthusian monks and has been producing wine since 1335. In 1811, the winery was sold to the Rautenstrauch family and is now managed by Albert P. Behler, who succeeded his cousin Christoph Tyrell. It was the latter who, in the mid-1980s, subdivided this large hillside vineyard into parcels, which today offers a series of labels representing the different realities of this Riesling that thrives in the Ruwer valley, near the town of Trier. The steeply sloping, schistous soils with a south-south-west exposure offer the ideal conditions for the production of wines of the highest level, prized above all for their freshness, long shelf life and elegant minerality.

  • La Castellina

    La Castellina

    In 1988 a group of winegrowers, believing that the social wine cellar alone could not receive and process all the grapes in our village, got together and formed a cooperative to which they gave the name of a hill in Miglianico covered with lush vineyards: la Castellina. It is a company with almost 30 years of experience, present only in the national market.

  • La Caudrina

    La Caudrina

    Who We Are

    Our wines speak for us, about our land, our work, our past and today, our future Romano Dogliotti is a straightforward, tenacious man with an iron will, a great worker of his land, a vigilant guardian of his vineyards and a precise supervisor of the entire processing cycle of his wines. Select a wine and open the card complete with description, technical notes on the wine and vineyard, origins and processing. The labels of our bottles are illustrated with works by the artists Alessandro Lupano, Paolo Spinoglio and Romano Levi.

  • La Crotta di Vegneron

    La Crotta di Vegneron

    In 1980, a group of winegrowers had the ability to see in viticulture the means to recover our slopes that, after years of neglect, were in danger of becoming dangerous for human settlements and decidedly unwelcoming to tourists.

  • La Guardiense

    La Guardiense

    The agricultural co-operative, one of the largest in Italy, was founded in 1960 by 33 far-sighted and courageous members, today it counts about a thousand. Farmers who cultivate more than 1,500 hectares of vineyards located in the hills at an altitude of around 350 metres above sea level under their own management, producing an average of around 200,000 quintals of grapes per year.

  • La Lomellina

    La Lomellina

    Towards the end of the 16th century, six rich and powerful families in Genoa undertook a major urban and architectural renovation. The purpose of the real estate operation was not only economic speculation, but also to meet modern representational needs. One of the families that took part in the extensive modernisation work was the Lomellini family.

  • La Mozza - Bastianch

    La Mozza - Bastianch

    Situated in the heart of the wildest Maremma, the La Mozza farm covers an area of 36 hectares, 16 of which are vineyards, located entirely in the municipality of Magliano in Toscana.
    An almost uncontaminated area of wild beauty, bordered by pastures, arable land and woods, where one can still encounter numerous animals in the wild.

  • La Veneranda

    La Veneranda

    Located in the heart of Montalbano, Cantine Bonacchi has been producing, vinifying, bottling and marketing the finest Tuscan wines for 3 generations. The 3 wineries have 40 hectares of Chianti Montalbano vineyards located around the bottling plant; 23 hectares of Chianti Classico vineyards in the Fattoria Casalino in Castelnuovo Berardenga; 11 hectares of Brunello and Rosso di Montalcino vineyards and 12 hectares of vineyards dedicated to the production of Chianti Colli Senesi and Vermentino in the Molino della Suga winery in Montalcino.

  • Lago di Venere

    Lago di Venere

    Lago di Venere was born in 2001 from zibibbo grapes from Pantelleria. The project, strongly desired by Meregalli Giuseppe S.r.l., is overseen by Lorenzo Peira, a well-known oenologist already known for other passito wines produced in the South. The grapes are harvested after drying on the vine and are then taken to the cellars in Sicily to begin processing. The winemaker was asked for a wine that had both the great structure of a passito and the freshness of a sauternes, and we can safely say that the result did not fall short of expectations.

  • Lamborghini


    Tenuta Lamborghini is located in Umbria, between the southern side of Lake Trasimeno and the beautiful medieval village of Panicale

    We are on the border between Umbria and Tuscany, Cortona and the Val di Chiana are only a few dozen kilometres away.

  • Le Caniette

    Le Caniette

    The company originated with Raffaele Vagnoni, who in 1897 acquired ownership of a piece of land with an adjoining house in the area of Ripatransone known as 'le caniette' where he moved with his family. The original property was joined over the years by other plots of neighbouring land purchased with savings from work. Wine production is already an acquired reality that supports the family together with the fruits of the other activities. In fact, in addition to agricultural production, Raffaele is carrying out a promising activity in the field of breeding stud bulls of the Marche breed.

  • Le Casematte

    Le Casematte

    Le Casematte: Sicilian winery

    Le casematte is a Sicilian winery founded in 2008. It was born from the dream of Gianfranco Sabbatino, an accountant by profession and winemaker by passion. He was later joined by Andrea Barzagli, a former footballer who, as a DOC Florentine, has a great passion for winemaking. The vineyards dominate the Strait of Messina, in the Faro locality at over 500 metres above sea level

  • Le Ragnaie

    Le Ragnaie

    The Cellar

    Our cellar is located at the Ragnaie winery centre, in essential and rational premises that allow us to work in maximum safety and cleanliness.
    After the harvest, the grapes are selected on a vibrating sorting table where the best bunches are chosen, allowing us to vinify only quality grapes. The musts are fermented and macerated in concrete vats where, with the help of manual pumping over, they remain from 25 to 90 days. After pressing the wines rest in our cooperage in large Slavonian oak casks
    The period of time in oak varies from 12 months for the IGT Troncone, 24 months for the Rosso di Montalcino and 36 months for the Brunellos.
    After bottling, the wines rest in a temperature- and humidity-controlled environment until release.



    Letrari, roots in the history of Trentino wine

    Tradition and innovation are the credo of our company, constantly applied with modern agronomic practices and the work and dedication of the new generations. The same passion of Leonello today animates the commitment of his daughter Lucia (oenologist like her father), who is entrusted with the major responsibilities of the company.

  • Lidia e Amato

    Lidia e Amato

    Lidia e Amato Wines

    Land that has been cultivated with love for over two centuries, rich in family history and cherished from generation to generation. Ancient vines that express the aromas of the place and the knowledge of traditions. Vineyards managed with passion and care in a natural, non-invasive cultivation regime.

  • Liquorificio 7579

    Liquorificio 7579

    Liquorificio 7579 is a small artisanal company from Abruzzo born from the passion of two friends for authentic, familiar flavours... genuine flavours.

  • Livernano



    The winery at Casalvento, in the heart of the Chianti Classico region, has been owned by entrepreneur Robert Cuillo and his wife Gudrun since 1997. The Cuillo family breathed new life into the estate through a restoration operation that gave the place its original beauty. Together with Livernano, purchased in 2002, Casalvento has formed a single entity since 2013.

  • Maison de Montille

    Maison de Montille

    Domaine De Montille. The wines of De Montille. The origins of the family date back to the mid-17th century, located at Créancey in the Auxois region. The domaine was officially founded in 1750. It was renamed 'de Montille' after the union of Marie Eléonore Chauvelot de Chevannes and Étienne Joseph Marie Léonce Bizouard de Montille, Hubert's grandfather, on 9 April 1863. Hubert de Montille (b. 1930) took over the reins of the domaine after the war.

  • Manni Nössing

    Manni Nössing


    Manni Nössing, an idealistic and stubborn winegrower, grew up in a family that owned a farm called 'Hoandlhof'. Situated on a hill that magnificently overlooks the city of Brixen, it originally subsisted on cattle breeding. This is its history.

    In 1999, the vineyard was planted. Although wine cooperatives and large wineries had a long tradition in the Eisack Valley, Manni Nössing decided to vinify its grapes independently, aiming from the outset to bring out the origin and character of its bottles, as well as an independent style and a distinct identity.

  • Marchesi de Cordano

    Marchesi de Cordano

    The History The Marchesi de' Cordano winery is conceived as a place for meeting and sharing, keeping faith with the philosophy that Francesco D'Onofrio wants to tell with his products. The architecture of the winery presents an innovative structure, made entirely of wood, warm and welcoming, which hosts tastings and meetings and from which a rich tour starts. The structure naturally tells the story of a contemporary approach to production that is reflected in the products. Inside the structure, with part of the processing and bottling line totally in view, there is space for a large tasting room that can accommodate up to 70 guests.

  • Marchesi di Barolo

    Marchesi di Barolo

    Barolo wine, which takes its name from our pease, was born right here in the historic cellars of Marchesi di Barolo in the first half of the 19th century.

    Before Barolo, wine made from the Nebbiolo grape offered a completely different taste experience: it was a sweet, sparkling wine. In fact, in 1787, future US President Thomas Jefferson, visiting Turin, described it this way in his travel diary:

    'as sweet as velvety Madeira, as astringent on the palate as Bordeaux and as lively as Champagne'. ----- Thomas Jefferson



    With around 45 hectares of vineyards spread across the hills of the Langhe and Monferrato, the Tenute Cisa Asinari dei Marchesi di Grésy is a historic Piedmontese winery whose roots go back to the late 18th century.

    We produce consistently elegant wines, suitable for both everyday consumption and grand celebrations.

  • Marina Palusci

    Marina Palusci

    Pianella (PE)- Abruzzo - Italy Heart, Passion, Soul are the three fundamental ingredients that make our wine and oil UNIQUE.

  • Marotti Campi

    Marotti Campi

    History and people

    Marotti Campi is a 100% family business

    In the mid-19th century, the Marotti family bought the property in the Sant'Amico district of Morro d'Alba and built the villa there as the centre of the sharecropping estate. An excerpt from the Giornale di Agricoltura of 1886 tells of Cesare Marotti's first vineyard of "...8,000 plants set at a distance of 1.20 metres by 1 metre using the Gouyot system". At the time, the main crop was wheat along with other arable crops, but over the years and with the passing of the generations, in keeping with the vocation of this land, a predominantly vine-growing direction was taken.

  • Marramiero




    We have been cultivating vines since the beginning of the last century and produce wines that can be recognised first and foremost by the labels on which the vigorous sign of the founder's seal stands out. A D and an M intertwine in a root, gnarled and stubborn, determined not to detach itself from the soil on which it has grown. A brand, ours, that represents wines that aspire to continually surpass themselves.

  • Masciarelli


    Roots in the territory

    Masciarelli Tenute Agricole was founded in 1981 by the entrepreneurial intuition of Gianni Masciarelli, a symbolic figure on the Italian wine scene and a key player in the affirmation of modern Abruzzi wine-growing. The heart of the winery is San Martino sulla Marrucina, in the province of Chieti, and it has its own vineyards and olive groves in the four provinces of Abruzzo.

  • Masi


    Masi Group

    With roots in Valpolicella Classica, Masi produces and distributes Amarone and other premium wines inspired by the values of the Venetian territories.

    The use of native grapes and autochthonous methods, and the research and experimentation carried out by its Technical Group, make it one of the most famous producers of high-quality Italian wines in the world.

    The Masi story begins in 1772, when the Boscaini family carried out their first harvest in the prestigious vineyards in "Vajo dei Masi", a valley in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica region. After more than 200 years of passionate winemaking the company is still in family hands, run by the sixth and seventh generations.

    A benchmark in the art of producing Amarone at a world level, Masi constantly innovates and passes on its expertise in the Appassimento method, which has been practised since the time of the Ancient Romans.



    Our company

    At the foot of the Magnum Taburnum sung by Virgil in the Aeneid and Georgics. Masseria Frattasi is an 18th-century building, perfectly preserved by its owners, the Clemente family, who own the farm.

  • Mastroberardino



    The Mastroberardino family, a point of reference in Italian vitienology, is recognised as the champion of the native grape varieties of Irpinia and Campania.

  • Maurizi


    The family Maurizi for over fifty years in the world of wine, finally
    with the 2016 harvest has realised a dream: to see three generations
    with a single objective; the cultivation of vines and the production of wine and
    other products of the Earth such as oil and wheat.
    The company cultivates in ownership and management almost 10 hectares of vineyards
    in the Controguerra countryside where the influence of the sea and the mountains
    create a unique microclimate
    The vines cultivated are an expression of the territory: Montepulciano,
    Trebbiano, Passerina and Pecorino.

  • Mazzarosa


    The Winery

    The winery Mazzarosa Devincenzi was founded at the time of the creation of the Kingdom of Italy by Senator Giuseppe Devincenzi. Born in 1814 in Notaresco (TE), he dedicated his life to politics: he held numerous posts first in the parliament of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and later in the Kingdom of Italy, was appointed senator from 1861 to 1868, and played a very important role in the post-unification regional rebirth.

    The Estates

    The farm and wine estate covers 540 hectares, 37 of which are planted with vines: this is where the grapes come from the three typical Abruzzo grape varieties, Montepulciano, Trebbiano and Pecorino, and international varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon.





    Luca Melegari is the third generation of a family that has always made wine and cooking its mission. His grandfather Rinaldo Rinaldini, founder first of the Il Moro restaurant, became so passionate about wine that he became its producer in the 1970s. Luca's mother, Paola, continued the family business by teaching all the secrets and techniques to her son. Today, after 15 years of experience in the field, Luca has decided to create his own product line following the family philosophy but adding a modern touch. The wines are named after the founding grandfather and Luca's wife and children who share his passion for the Emilian land, respecting traditions and preserving ancient vines.

  • Mencaroni



    Federico was born and grew up in Corinaldo and after spending the middle years of his youth away from his town, for study and work, in 2010 he decided to return to the family business and to persevere in the countryside despite the serious difficulties linked to globalisation and agricultural work that requires dedication, patience and long waiting times, in a world where instead everything is born, grows and disappears in a very short space of time.

  • Menicucci


    About Us

    The story of Menicucci was born from the fusion of courage and the desire to rediscover a tradition that has been alive for centuries. A love story that began in 1970 when Antonio Menicucci planted his first vine shoots in Ortona, Abruzzo. Abruzzo, after all, has always represented one of the largest wine-growing areas in the Centre-South that has made its grapes among the most appreciated in Italy. Three generations later, the myth lives on. The awareness of being protagonists of a unique adventure, and the desire to valorise the family's history and experience, have driven their son Luigi and grandson, Emmanuele Menicucci, to carry on the wine production with dedication and care. In this way, we have witnessed the growth of a farm that has moulded its work on passion and the constant search for quality with the aim of producing wines that are exclusive as a reflection of a peculiar territory.

  • Michele Chiarlo

    Michele Chiarlo


    Tradition and rigour. Lightness and passion. Care of the landscape, art, community. Sustainability and experimentation. With a pop brushstroke and a carefree touch.

    Since 1956, Michele Chiarlo has been vinifying the essence of Piedmont, loving and enhancing the most incredible wine-growing area in the world. We cultivate 110 hectares of vineyards between Langhe, Monferrato and Gavi, the best crus in full respect of strict ecological criteria, terroir and their expressions.

  • Mongarda


    The first recognised wine road in Italy, the road from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene, conveys all the roads that run through the hills, where from generation to generation farmers have been tending their vineyards. In the centre is Col San Martino. A place of hills, vineyards and cottages, whose roofs blend with the colour of the earth. Lush chestnut forests on the northern slopes of the valleys tell of a time that has not affected the natural landscape.

  • Monte Rossa

    Monte Rossa


    Monte Rossa is a place full of history and charm in the heart of Franciacorta, on the highest point of the hill overlooking Bornato. It has a 13th-century tower, a manor house of 15th-century origin, a scenic 18th-century white marble staircase and beautiful gardens with centuries-old olive groves, rose gardens and aromatic plants.

  • Monte Tondo

    Monte Tondo


    Wines with a fragrance and flavour that are hard to forget those of Gino Magnabosco, an experienced winegrower and wine craftsman, who personally oversees his vineyards and wines step by step.
    Vigilant tradition and constant attention to improvements in modern techniques give rise to a range of wines of recognised quality with excellent results in Italy and abroad.

  • Monteselva



    Experience and Passion intoxicate the goodness and naturalness of our wines

    Experience and Passion intoxicate the goodness and naturalness of our wines, made from carefully selected indigenous grapes, and sourced exclusively from the vineyards on our hills inland from Pescara

  • Montevertine



    In our vineyards we exclusively grow the traditional varieties of the Chianti region: Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Colorino. At Montevertine simplicity, respect, attention to every detail and savoir-faire are our daily guide. Our vinification method is extremely traditional and has been the same since the first harvests. The hand-picked grapes are fermented in vitrified cement tanks, without temperature control and with two daily pumpings over to keep the skins cap wet and to obtain a slow extraction of the tannins from the skins.

  • Montevetrano


    The Story of Montevetrano

    a mid-1980s friendship between a group of wine enthusiasts with a desire to experiment. It was 1983 and among them were Silvia Imparato and Riccardo Cotarella. 6 years later, the first bottles of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Aglianico, the first vintage of a wine that would have the same name as the castle: Montevetrano.

  • Monti


    I like to call this bottle the 'prehistory' of the winery Monti, that is, when my grandfather Monti Brunetto vinified his own grapes and made wine from them for the family, to give as gifts to relatives and friends, and to sell in bulk.

    However, it was in 1969 that the first Montepulciano d'Abruzzo bottled in Controguerra was born.

  • Morgante



    The origins of Tenuta Morganti date back to 1953 when Gino Morganti, having returned from Venezuela, decided to settle on the family farm in Torano Nuovo and began planting the first vineyards of Montepulciano d' Abruzzo and Trebbiano d' Abruzzo. Later, helped by his wife Pepe Antonietta and their children Mirma and Nazareno, he enlarged the farm.

    He already produced an excellent wine, and also thanks to his passion for beekeeping, delicious honey

  • Naviganti



    Vini Naviganti embodies the Italian essence, its extraordinary vocation for viticulture and the diversity of its territories. Our work and our products demonstrate our constant commitment to sustainability and innovation.

    Thanks to our passion for wine, our interest in biodynamic production and the green economy, we take you on a journey of fragrances and aromas, into the territories where the magic begins, into our land of authentic flavours, essences and emotions.

  • Nestore Bosco

    Nestore Bosco

    The Company


    "Since 1897, we have been producing wines that tell the story of our land, Abruzzo.

    We are located in Nocciano, in the province of Pescara. Our family, at the hands of founder Giovanni Bosco, has been dedicated to wine production for more than a century.

    History, intertwined with the culture of this region, has always played an important role in the philosophy of the company, but has never limited our innovative spirit. Today it is we, Nestore and Stefania, who run the company, flanked by our young children who are proudly taking their first steps in the family business.

    Our company, since 2018 also certified organic, is driven by four elements: the Sustainability of production, Safety in guaranteeing the production chain, Health in respecting the consumer and Sobriety that distances itself from excess.

  • Nic Tartaglia

    Nic Tartaglia

    A dynamic young company in the wine sector founded by Nicola and Costanza. Behind them are two farms that have been working the land and the vineyard for generations: Inverso Vini aims to restore value and light to the work of their grandparents, their land and to innovate the market in which they operate by attributing unique characteristics to their wines.

  • Nicola Santoleri

    Nicola Santoleri


    Around the walls of the noble stone city guarded by the Orsini, the eye followed the crest of endless grassy pastures, with the stern blessing of the monks nestling higher up. Here and there, scattered pinciaie sunk into the creamy green, or further up, at the foot of the Majella, a few farmsteads that sharecroppers stole from the stones of pagan temples: a miracle was renewed among the orchards, a miracle that in spite of the world punctually returned to warm itself in the harsh and strong sunshine, and then to be heartened by the sincere warmth of the snow. The same snow that stopped the Lanzichenecchi at the gates of Guardiagrele in the 16th century. One hand governed the beasts, the other cultivated the spelt for the soup, both weaved small vineyards, and handed down insight and tidings.




    To produce a good wine you have to think like a sculptor observing a block of rough stone.

    He is able to read the veins running through it, sensing, even before he begins, the possibility of creating a work of art.



    The Nittardi vineyards are the historic heart of the estate and produce elegant and refined grapes year after year. Our Villa Rosa vineyards are located near the beautiful village of San Quirico, south of Castellina in Chianti, where most of the vineyards are over 50 years old. Mongibello delle Mandorlaie vineyards in Maremma are south of Scansano and near Montiano, just eight kilometres from the sea. All the vineyards are certified organic.

  • Ornellaia


    The Antinori family has been dedicated to wine production for more than six hundred years: ever since Giovanni di Piero Antinori joined the Arte Fiorentina dei Vinattieri in 1385. Throughout its long history, spanning 26 generations, the family has always directly managed this activity with innovative and sometimes courageous choices, but always maintaining an unwavering respect for tradition and the territory.

  • Palari



  • Pallottini


    Since 1906, the family Pallottini has been handing down, from generation to generation, the love and passion for their land. On the splendid hillside with its evocative atmosphere, the family's cultivations overlook the privileged vineyards that capture all the benefits of the sea and the uncontaminated beauty of the Abruzzo land; Città Sant'Angelo gives the province of Pescara an area of rich agricultural production. In this setting of intense colours and flavours, Don Amedeo wine is born, dedicated to a man who consecrated his entire life to the land, an extraordinary grandfather whose teachings have enabled the latest generation of Pallottini, to produce wines of the highest quality.

  • Paolo Scavino

    Paolo Scavino

    Paolo Scavino is an historical winery in the Barolo region. It was founded in 1921 in Castiglione Falletto by Lorenzo Scavino and his son Paolo. Farming has always been a family tradition and passion.

    Enrico Scavino together with the daughters Enrica and Elisa, fourth generation, run the family estate. He started to work full time in the winery in 1951 when he was 10 years old. A young winemaker who inherited the passion and devotion for the land he belongs to. Through over 60 years of experience his focus has been to invest on important cru of Nebbiolo to show the uniqueness of each terroir.

    Their work is inspired by the love and respect they have for their territory and they pursue purity of expression, complexity and elegance for their wines from the three local grapes Dolcetto, Barbera and Nebbiolo.

    These values and culture have been carried on and never changed.

  • Paride D'Angelo

    Paride D'Angelo

    A young company that loves tradition.

  • Pasetti


    The history of the Cantina Pasetti, spanning five generations, begins in the Bourbon era and reaches the present day.The turning point for the company came in the 1960s, with the start of winemaking on its own: the result was extremely positive and the company succeeded in making a name for itself by increasing its turnover and clientele.

    Then, in the 1980s, it was Mimmo Pasetti, by now on his way to studying oenology, who gave the company the push to dare to bottle its own Montepulciano: he did so to celebrate the birth of his daughter Francesca, a little girl with red hair just like her father Franco's mother, Donna Rachele.

    This is how Testarossa was born, the symbol of the winery and of the family, which for five generations has carried on the work of viticulture with the same passion and determination.

    Mimmo Pasetti now runs the company and is a visionary entrepreneur: his project came to life at the beginning of the new millennium, when he started buying the first land in Pescosansonesco, in the heart of the Gran Sasso and Monti della Laga National Park.

    The Pescosansonesco soil, clay-limestone and rich in skeleton, is perfect for the cultivation of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo; moreover, the significant temperature range between day and night in this place at 550 metres above sea level means that the wine has a sensory profile of extraordinary elegance and quality.

    Thus began the process of reconversion from the coastal area to the foothills, which would continue with the acquisition of other lands in Capestrano, Castiglione a Casauria and Ofena: the decision to produce in these places means that the company Pasetti is the only one in Italy that to this day can boast the National Park logo on its bottles.

    Today, Mimmo runs the company together with his three children, who have shared the work:

    Francesca Rachele manages the administrative side, Massimo the export and international visibility and Davide, who instead is an oenologist and takes care of wine production.

  • Perillo


    "My encounter with Michele's wines was marked by an admonition: "Open it absolutely two hours earlier and drain some!" - Paolo de Cristofaro dixit. Opened, the Taurasi 2005, graciously donated by Raffaele del Franco, looked like a liquefied rock, a spear, very severe, very quiet; I trust, I wait. On the restaurant table, exactly two hours later, we found an almost cordial wine, embellished by so much undergrowth, sweet, transfigured, inviting; and, amazed at our astonishment, the bottle evaporated, to the tune of an enthralling unabeva, of the noblest lineage, that of great wines without ifs and buts, sweet tannin, again, and an almost visible acidity to dictate the times, perfect, rhythmic, very tasty. You only need a couple of hours of relative patience, then Michele's wines do it all by themselves." - Luca Santini

    "Here we are in the slowest cellar of all, the one that comes out last... The right timing of Taurasi, which only a small winemaker can afford the luxury of maintaining regardless of the market." - Luciano Pignataro, Dec 2017

    "They are real treasures still waiting to be fully discovered those kept by Michele Perillo in his cellar-garage in Castelfranci. Michele much prefers to banquets and tastings his old, sloping vines at the back of the house, presiding over the clone of Aglianico coda di cavallo, at an altitude of 500 metres on light-coloured clay and sandstone. But the best communication, in the final analysis, remains his peasant Taurasi in the most beautiful sense of the term, matured in only partly new barrique and Slavonian oak, to be forgotten in the cellar without any fear. The long bottle ageing is one of the keys to understanding and appreciating them fully." - Guida Vini d'Italia Gambero Rosso 2014

    "We are in the highest part of the Taurasi area, which in these years is 'enjoying' the increase in temperatures with moreceler and easier maturation. The management is still conventional, but in the old way, that is, without the use of chemicals." - Slow Wine Guide 2018

    "Michele Perillo is an affable and friendly man, but also a scrupulous and uncompromising winemaker. Part of his Aglianico vineyard surrounds his house/cellar, in contrada Valle in Castelfranci, the rest is located in Montemarano (near Molettieri) and Baiano, where on stony soils there is an old beech tree from the 1930s. Constantly at the top of our classification of the type, his Taurasi has uncommon tannic complexity, which Michele indulges by prolonging the ageing in the bottle by a few years."-Guida Espresso Vini d'Italia 2015

  • Pertinace


    The existence of the place name Pertinace is thousands of years old. The winery is at Pertinace, in Treiso, Piedmont, in one of the four Langhe municipalities famous for the production of Barbaresco DOCG; but it is also the place known for being the birthplace of Publius Elvius Pertinace, a valiant leader and Roman emperor who was born here in 126 AD.

  • Perusini


    A Bio District was created for the first time in our region, in the Colli Orientali del Friuli, in the Gramogliano area. It stems from the need to bring together in a distinct geographical area activities - which, as the word implies - deal with, use, promote or otherwise produce organic products.

    What distinguishes each district is its homogeneity of offer, involving all economic and institutional activities, thus including farmers, producers, tourist operators, accommodation facilities and administrations, both public and private, where the organic model, with its short supply chain, is promoted and becomes a system.

    Health comes first, genuine products - untreated - the fruit of a land still unknown to most, where breeding and cultivation methods still follow ancient traditions that in this borderland have not been eroded by modernity and driven cultivation.

    A genuine land... like its inhabitants, frank and direct, where guests are always welcome.

  • Petrini


    Abruzzo, the land and good things are the family passions passed on by grandparents Antonio and Mario that inspired Stefano and Francesco, two brothers aged 29 and 26, to produce their organic wine.

  • Petrolo


    The prestigious wines offered by Banfi are all characterised by a soul strongly linked to the territory from which they come. From the great wines of Montalcino (Brunello, Rosso and Moscadello di Montalcino), to other prestigious Tuscan appellations, from Chianti to Bolgheri, to Chianti Classico, to some of the most renowned Piedmontese appellations. Banfi has seen the offer of its products grow and expand considerably in recent years. In fact, in addition to the distribution of its own wines
    production, in Tuscany as well as in Piedmont, we have added Concha y Toro, one of the most renowned Chilean wineries in the world, and Emiliana, known and appreciated worldwide for its organic and biodynamic production. Exclusively for Italy, Banfi also distributes the prized Champagne Joseph Perrier. Banfi has recently been enriched with two new jewels: from the state of Washington the Riesling of Pacific Rim and from the state of Oregon the Pinot Noir of Rainstorm.



    In our family, three generations of winegrowers work and live together. It is amazing to see how the different characters and particularities of each member of our family come together and blend harmoniously: wisdom and creativity combined with true manual labour and a large dose of passion.

  • Piandimare


    Our winery, recently built with the best technology, is nestled in the vineyards on the southern side of the Vallata. An extraordinary valley where our vineyards are located, all at short distances to ensure that the grapes reach the cellar quickly at harvest time to preserve their freshness and integrity.

    Fruits of a valley, La Val di Foro, nestled between La Majella and the Adriatic Sea. A unique microclimate. A place where gentle sea breezes cool the grapes on hot summer days and sweep away excessive humidity, making the vineyard slopes the ideal place for growing this incredible grape and exalting dark berry varieties such as Montepulciano.

    Since its conception, the winery has been designed to merge and integrate with the surrounding area so as to reduce the environmental and visual impact as much as possible.

    The roof, with its characteristic wave shape, symbolically represents the three elements we hold most dear: the sea that gives us constant breezes during the warm summer evenings, the surrounding Abruzzo hills and the sinuous sway of the wine in the glass.

    An amphitheatre of slopes from where Montepulciano seems to look out to witness the upcoming show: the ode to wine. A thalamus where sea and mountain meet

  • Pisaurum



    This border area between Marche and Romagna, between the Adriatic and Montefeltro, is our vocation

    To be familiar with one of the oldest wine-producing areas in Italy, to be in solidarity with its ruggedness and beauty, to protect an incomparable agricultural landscape and a productive fabric made up of a fine network of knowledge handed down, to cultivate the land with respect.

  • Pistis Sophia

    Pistis Sophia

    The natural wines of Pistis Sophia are the representation of integrity of a territory, that of our beloved Abruzzo. Imbued with a strong environmental ethic, we have decided to produce a wine that requires minimal human intervention both in the vineyard and in the cellar, without chemical additives and unnatural manipulations. We have decided to work with respect for our land, the vines and the natural cycles that govern their growth in order to achieve a unique taste in our wines.

  • Poderi Costantini

    Poderi Costantini

    Over a century of history bears witness to the company's work and passion Costantini for the art of good wine, a tradition that sees this land of Abruzzo as the protagonist where, back in 1910, the family Costantini began winemaking, succeeding over the years in increasing the prestige of its products, respecting the environment, the most careful cultivation and the most scrupulous winemaking techniques.

  • Poli Distillerie

    Poli Distillerie

    We have been producing Grappa with artisanal methods since 1898. Visit the historic Distillery in Schiavon and the Grappa Museum in Bassano.

  • Renoir


    The world of wine redesigned and thought out in décor, for a gift idea, for packaging or simply for passion

  • Roxan


    The wines of Roxan represent the full expression of a land traditionally devoted to the cultivation of vines.

  • San Michele Appiano

    San Michele Appiano

    More than a century of history, the elegant and stately profile of South Tyrolean wines

  • Sincarpa


    The Cantina Sociale Sincarpa was founded in 1969 by the union of around 400 members in the hilly area of Torrevecchia Teatina, just a few minutes from the Adriatic Coast and the Majella National Park.

  • Stefano Amerighi

    Stefano Amerighi

    Wines born from a great respect for the environment and ancient techniques

  • Tenuta Trium

    Tenuta Trium

    We have chosen the path of sweat, which is the most difficult one but which returns a genuine and good product. The hoe therefore replaces herbicides for removing weeds, while respecting the earth and the nutrients it provides for the roots.

  • Tenuta Ulisse

    Tenuta Ulisse

    The wines of Agriverde disseminate the culture of 'terroir' that fuses the concept of Climate, Geology, Topography and Soil. The recovery of natural yeasts, moving away from the standards of aromatic yeasts, gives wines a taste intimately linked to the territory, restoring centrality to the natural element and to the characteristics of the 'terroir' to which they belong.
  • Tenute Gada

    Tenute Gada

    The brand Naviganti tells our territory and our story through wine. A territory located in the heart of Italy, in Abruzzo, between the Adriatic Sea and the Majella massif. Its wine comes mainly from east/south-east facing vineyards on hills near the coast. The sun, the Mediterranean climate and the predominantly mixed-clay soil, beaten by the sea breeze that sweeps away the humidity, favour the planting of native DOC and IGT vines typical of the region. These strong elements can be felt in the full flavour of wine from this land. The wine Naviganti starts from raw material selected throughout the territory and refined with the help of our technical staff. This is why "Naviganti" does not belong to a single entity but to the territory.

  • Tocco


    Our motto is: 'Always seek the highest quality while respecting the environment and the land', implementing organic cultivation, directly controlling all production processes, without altering the products with chemical additives or filtration and clarification processes, and taking care to inform our customers of the best conservation methods, in order to maintain the flavours and organoleptic characteristics of what we produce.

  • Tocco d'Italy

    Tocco d'Italy


    A story born from the meeting of two people who grew up in opposite environments.

    Our meeting was fortuitous, but we immediately realised that we had in common the desire to produce oil and wines of excellence, which respect and reflect the nature of the land and are healthy for our customers, but first and foremost, for our families.

  • Torri Cantine

    Torri Cantine

    Founded in 1966 in the wake of Abruzzo's best wine-making tradition, the winery is now writing a new tale, without forgetting the roots that gave rise to its history and that have enabled it to produce a wide range of fine wines over the years.

  • Trambusti


    Four generations of winegrowers, for a great wine reality, with a solid history and scrupulous attention to production. In terms of wine quality and worldwide distribution.

  • Venica & Venica

    Venica & Venica

    From 1930 until now, in the sign of a harmonious generational change, 90 years of passion, sacrifice and success have passed for the Venica family, in a synergic relationship between the fascinating Collio and the unceasing love for the land, the vineyards and its grapes. Venica & Venica is a family business with 40 hectares of vineyards all in the Collio D.O.C. production area.

  • Vin.Co


    Our roots lie in the 'strong and gentle' Abruzzo, cradle of historic indigenous grape varieties and fine DOC labels. Trebbiano, Montepulciano, Cerasuolo, Pecorino, Passerina, Cococciola and Montonico have always been our pride and joy; but not everyone knows that, in addition to generating quality still wines, those same grapes are used and processed elsewhere, as the basis for producing sparkling wines. A sparkling soul, which now finally comes out into the open!

  • Vini la Quercia

    Vini la Quercia

    L'azienda agricola La quercia is run by four friends who, at the end of the 1980s, casually became work colleagues. Elisabetta Di Berardino, the administrative manager, started working at a wine and consultancy company, where oenologist Antonio Lamona and sales manager Luca Moretti had already been working for a few years, and where wine technician Fabio Pedicone arrived after a few years.Together they worked until the year two thousand when they decided to take over the La quercia winery, with which they had already worked as consultants.The La quercia winery is a small winemaking company that covers about 46.50 hectares of vineyards and about 5 hectares of olive groves with an adjoining wine-making facility of about 400 square metres with a production capacity of about 4000 hl of wine. The company's activity is characterised by respect for nature, as it is convinced that this is fundamental for obtaining a good product and for respecting the health of man and fauna. During processing, the product is treated as little as possible so that the reflection of the land of origin and its typical characteristics can be found in the glass. The basis of the processing is the quality and typicality of the product that allows the identification of the wine and the land of origin.

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