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At 460 meters above sea level, Casina Bric (piemontese dialect for Cascina Bricco or “hilltop farm”) is the highest altitude Barolo estate in the Langhe. Here, Gianluca Viberti makes his Barolo with the utmost respect for the wine territory that dates back to the 1700s when it was home to a monastery.
“Ansj” Red Wine Barbera-Nebbiolo Blend
Barolo DOCG

This tiny 2 hectare estate in Serracapelli dedicates half of its vineyard to growing Nebbiolo for its world class Barbaresco, making only 4500 bottles. To do so, Cecilia Monte has enlisted the winemaking skills of Giorgio Gozzellino. With the other hectare, Dolcetto is made, bringing total annual production to 10,000 bottles.
Barbaresco Serracapelli DOCG

LA CAUDRINA Monferrato
For Andrea Fassone’s father, Romano Dogliotti was always considered “the king of Moscato”. Romano now runs La Caudrina with the help of his sons Alessandro, Marco and Sergio, as well as the gentle touch of his wife, Bruna.
La Caudrina Moscato d'Asti DOCG
“La Solista” Barbera d’Asti DOCG

Cascina Pace is part of the tradition of Roero wines. According to historical records, this estate is situated in an exceptional area to grow the indigenous grapes, Arneis and Nebbiolo.
Arneis Roero DOCG
“Rosanebbia” Nebbiolo Rosato
Barbera d'Alba DOC
Nebbiolo Langhe DOC
Roero Riserva DOCG

BORGOGNO Castiglione Falletto–Langhe
Dario’s estate is placed in Castiglione Falletto and Dario masters his Barolo according to the old traditional style.
“Altenasso” Barolo DOCG

Tenuta San Giacomo lies very few miles from the Gavi centre, on the hills of the Ligurian Pre-Apennines. The estate owns 20 hectares of vineyards, cultivated according to the passion and the tradition of the Bergaglio family who has played a significant role in the birth and growth of Gavi di Gavi for three generations. The family firmly believes in the principle that great wines come from the vines first of all; therefore they devote themselves entirely to the most careful cultivation of vines, strictly respecting the territory and the environment.
Gavi di Gavi DOCG
Gsvi di Gavi Etichetta Nera DOCG

CANTINE DI NEGRAR Valpolicella Classica
“Gran Signoria” Valpolicella Ripasso DOC
“Gran Signoria” Amarone Classico DOCG
“Gran Signoria” Bardolino Chiaretto DOC

Col di Rocca Valdobbiadene
In the heart of the Prosecco Superiore appellation, in the hamlet of Susegana, the Bragato family cultivates 11 hectares of vineyards all dedicated to this high-quality wine.
Prosecco Superiore DOCG Extra Dry NV

Agostino Vicentini and his son Emanuele operate in the hills of Soave. They bring on the tradition started by Agostino’s father.
“Terrelunghe” Soave DOC
“Il Casale” Soave Superiore DOCG

“Badissa” Pinot Grigio Venezie IGT

PODERI DAL NESPOLI Valle del Bidenteo
In 1929, Attilio Ravaioli planted a few rows of vines on the first vineyard he bought in the village of Nespoli and named it “Prugneto”. Today his granddaughter, Celita, not only looks after it, but lives in the middle of it. The location is the Bidente Valley, where Sangiovese thrives together with the white Pagadebit.
Pagadebit Romagna DOC
“Prugneto” Sangiovese Superiore Romagna DOC
“Il Nespoli” Sangiovese Superiore Riserva Romagna DOC
CECI Parma
In 1938, just north of Parma in Emilglia-Romagna, a few great hectares of land were put to work to produce the Lambrusco that goes so well with the culinary delicacies of the region. Today, Otello Ceci's grandchildren carry on his wine making traditions with the same love and respect for the land and culture.
“Terre Verdiane” Lambrusco Emilia IGT
“Otello” Lambrusco Emilian IGT

Terre Margaritelli was founded in 1870 and cultivates one of the oldest Italian appellations, Torgiano.
“Roccascossa” Umbria IGT Rosso (Sangiovese-Cabernet-Canaiolo)
“Freccia degli Scacchi” Torgiano Riserva Docg
“Greco di Renabianca” Umbria IGT Bianco (Grechetto 100%)

LEONUCCI Massa Martana
In the core of Umbria, Stefano Leonucci grows Sagrantino and Merlot and has freed himself from every appellation in order to make his “Vino da Tavola” which is anything but.
Montignanello (Sagrantino 70%-Merlot 30%)

VOLPETTI Ariccia-Roma
The Volpetti family makes wines in the Colli Albani just south of Rome since 1958. Historically this was the area where the Romans used to make wine for the Capitol. Cesanese is a unique indigenous grape.
Cesanese Lazio IGT

GALASSO Aprutino Loreto-Pescara
Cave Canem is produced for Enotria by Cantine Galasso, a privately owned winery based in Aprutino Loreto, in the province of Pescara. They are located in one of the most suitable areas for the production of Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC. The area enjoys a unique microclimate due to the proximity of the Apennine Mountains to the Adriatic coast.
“Cave Canem” Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC
“Corno Grande” Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC

Primitivo Puglia IGT

Negro Amaro and Primitivo Puglia IGT

TERRAVECCHIA Alberto longo Lucera
The wines of Cantine di Terravecchia are born in the 35 hectares of Alberto Longo's farm witch is located near the old town of Pietramontecrovino, a small hamlet on the Subappennine Dauno mountains. Here, about 450 metrers above sea level, Graziana Grassini applies her enological skills to several indigenous varietals.
“Pàmpana” Negroamaro Puglia IGP 13
“Citerna” Nero di Troia Puglia IGP 13
“Riccaccio” Cacc' e Mitte di Lucera DOP 13

The Cecere family has produced wines here since 1576. Thanks to the volcanic soil of Bonea on the Taburno mountain, Antonio Cecere saved the Falanghina grape from phylloxera.
“Taburno” Falanghina Beneventano IGP
“Bonea” Falanghina Beneventano IGP
“Kapnios” Aglianico Amaro Appassito

Caparra and Siciliani are two families with very ancient agrarian traditions. Each producing wine since the 19th century, they joined forces in 1963 to cultivate and promote the indigenous grapes of Ciro.
“Solagi” Cirò Rosso Classico DOC (Gaglioppo 100%)
“Volvito” Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore DOC (Gaglioppo 100%)
“Mastrogiurato” Calabria IGT (Gaglioppo 70%-Greco Nero 30%)

6 MURA Sulcis
A fascinating story of friends joining forces to keep making wine in the area of Southern Sardegna called Sulcis. The soil is sandy, the vines are ungrafted and uncontaminated, and the grape Carignano is king.
“Giba” Carignano del Sulcis DOC
“Vecchie Vigne” Carignano del Sulcis DOC

MARJAN SIMCIC Goriska Brda - Collio Sloveno
Josef Simcic started to make wine here in 1860. Five generations later, Marjan Simcic carries on the tradition. His 18 hectares of vineyards straddle the border between Italy and Slovenia. His wines are the result of the hills’ many microclimates and calcareous soil, known as Opoka.
Pinot Grigio Goriska Brda
Ribolla Goriska Brda
Sauvignonasse Goriska Brda
“Selecija” Ribolla Goriska Brda
“Opoka” Sauvignon Blanc Goriska Brda
“Opoka” Chardonnay Goriska Brda
“Opoka” Ribolla Goriska Brda
Cabernet Sauvignon Goriska Brda
“Selecija” Pinot Noir Goriska Brda
"Opoka" Merlot Goriska Brda

PIETRO NERA Valtellina
Guido Nera established the estate in the 1940s. His son, Pietro, along with Guido's grandsons, are carrying on the love for the grape of Valtellina, Chiavennasca, the "nebbiolo di montagna".
“Tirso” Valtellina Superiore Grumello DOCG
“Alisio” Valtellina Superiore Sassella DOCG
“Efesto” Valtellina Superiore Inferno DOCG
Sforzato di Valtellina DOCG

A winery at 2500 feet above sea level that serves a group of vine-growers with tiny plots nestled on hard-to-reach mountain terraces.
Sauvignon Trentino DOC
“Vigna delle Forche” Müller Thurgau Trentino DOC
Schiava Vigneti delle Dolomiti IGT
Pinot Nero Trentino DOC
“Vigna di Saosent” Pinot Nero Trentino DOC

TASCHLERHOF Valle Isarco-Eisacktaler
Peter Wachtler is a passionate winemaker very focused on local grapes and
artisanal methods.
Kerner Sudtirol Eisacktaler DOC
Riesling Sudtirol Eisacktaler DOC

This alpine cooperative was founded in 1907 in Eppan, or Appiano. From its humble beginnings around the “Cathedral in the Countryside”, it has grown to over 150 members focused on the sustainable viticulture of indigenous varietals.
Pinot Grigio Alto Adige DOC 14
"Gfil" Sauvignon Alto Adige DOC 14
"Plotzner" Pinot Bianco Alto Adige DOC
"Missianer" St Pauls Schiava Alto Adige DOC
"Luzia" Pinot Nero Alto Adige DOC

OBERMOSER Santa Maddalena
The Rottensteiner family has cultivated these vineyards near Bolzano for 5 generations. They continue to practice the traditional heroic winemaking methods
of their forefathers to bring these alpine wines to our tables.
Sudtiroler St. Magdalener Classico DOC

DURIN Riviera di Ponente
Durin was the nickname of Antonio Basso’s grandfather. Antonio and his wife Laura continue the tradition preserving ancient local grapes: Pigato, Granaccia, Rossese, Vermentino.
Pagadebit Romagna DOC
Vermentino Riviera di Ponente DOC
Rossese Riviera di Ponente DOC

Il Monticello Colli di Luni
In 1994, Alessandro and Davide Neri introduced their father's 12 hectares of vineyards to organic and biodynamic farming as well as sustainable agriculture. With this high regard for protection and maintenance of the environment, enologist Nicola Tucci and the brothers Neri produce 65,000 bottles from local varietals like Vermentino, Sangiovese, Pollera Nera e Massaretta.
Vermentino Colli di Luni DOC

POGGIO BONELLI Chianti Classico
Poggio Bonelli is in the southern part of the Chianti Classico region, near Siena. They are focused on the production of Sangiovese and supertuscans.
“Villa Chigi” Chianti DOCG
Chianti Classico DOCG
“Poggiassai” Toscana IGT Rosso
“Tramonto d'Oca” Toscana IGT Rosso

PIETROSO Montalcino
The Pietroso estate was known, hundreds of years ago, as “Podere Petroso”. Nowadays Gianni Pignattai carries on the family tradition and produces, from his 8 acres vineyards, an old fashion Brunello, in very limited quantity.
Rosso di Montalcino DOC
Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

The Pietroso estate was known, hundreds of years ago, as “Podere Petroso”. Nowadays Gianni Pignattai carries on the family tradition and produces, from his 8 acres vineyards, an old fashion Brunello, in very limited quantity.
“Il Castagno” Syrah Cortona DOC

CASTELLI DEL GREVEPESA San Casciano-Chianti Classico
In 1965, Armando Nunzi established a wine co-operative from a small group of eighteen winegrowers in Tuscany. Their intention was to bring together a group of people from different areas of the Chianti Classico region whose common purpose was to preserve the centuries old traditions of the Tuscan viticulture. This mission continues today under the strict supervision of agronomist and enologist Ugo Pagliai.
"Castelgreve" Chianti Classico DOCG
"Castelgreve" Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG
Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Lamole DOCG
Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Panzano DOCG
Vinsanto del Chianti Classico DOCG

The DeLeonardis brothers, Carmine and Michele, are located in the Vulture valley, often called the cradle of the Aglianico grape. In this volcanic black soil, the brothers grow solely Aglianico, from which they make their 3 wines.
“Terre di Renes” Aglianico del Vulture DOC
“Pian del Moro” Aglianico del Vulture DOC
“Masculetum” Aglianico Selezione DOC

Grillo Sicilia IGT
Nero d'Avola Sicilia IGT

Nero d'Avola-Cabernet Sicilia IGT

MARABINO Val di Noto
A young, dynamic team is nurturing ancient tradition here in Noto-Pachino, in the southeastern tip of Sicily. The winery focuses mainly on the native vines of the region: Moscato di Noto and Nero d’Avola, together with a careful selection of Chardonnay clones. They are also biodynamic.
“Noto” Nero d’Avola Noto DOC
“Archimede” Nero d’Avola Eloro Pachino Riserva
“Moscato della Torre” Moscato di Noto DOC
“Muscatedda” Moscato di Noto Secco DOC
“Eureka” Chardonnay Terre Siciliane IGP

Since 1865, the Tornatore family has been on this dark and rich soil on the northern side of Mount Etna, about 700 meters above sea level. Today, the great grandson Francesco and his son, Giuseppe, are moving the cellar into the 21st century with modern technology while keeping their ancestors’ winemaking traditions.
Etna Bianco DOC (100% Carricante)
Etna Rosè DOC (100% Nerello Mascalese)
Etna Rosso DOC (Nerello Mascalese-Nerello Cappuccio)