We are a young artisan winery, but, more importantly, we are a big family. Yes, because besides the fact that we are a family business, our collaborators were born and raised in Alanno, where they learned how to respect and honour their land.
Snow-capped mountains meet the sea on the town’s bastions. Alanno is beautiful and rich in landmarks, like the Oratorio di Santa Maria delle Grazie, the towers outlining the hill’s gentle profile, the historical centre treasuring old dwellings, and the fruitful vineyards of the surroundings.
Our love for the environment and the ecosystem helped us become an organic-certified company in 2014.
We consider this our most significant milestone. We’re continuously striving for creating wines with a distinctive character, bound to their terroir, that retain the properties of its ingredients as much as possible.
The image of town’s zealous station master reflects what our company has been doing for over 50 years, i.e. working hard for our land and community. That’s why we have dedicated a whole range of wines to him.