The symbol of Norman culture in Sicily Palazzo Chiaramonte Steri has been a symbol of religious and political power over the centuries, and today is the standard bearer for culture in Sicily, as it is home to one of the oldest universities in Europe. It is in respect for this glorious past that this single […]


The perfect balance of style and substance. Endless interpretations of a powerful and brilliant story. We watched the world of Lambrusco from afar and then we decided to dive in. And now, day after day, we continue to tell its story in different ways.The amazing evolution of Lambrusco has made it possible for us to […]

Castelli del Grevepesa

History Castelli del Grevepesa, a Wine Co-operative, was established in 1965 by a small group of eighteen winegrowers in Tuscany on the initiative of Mr. Gualtiero Armando Nunzi. 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 […]


The success and history of Castellargo Family Vineyards are strongly linked to the person of its founder. For over 35 years Argo Atal Castellarin has been devoting himself to the cultivation of the family vineyards, managing the promotion and distribution of regional Friulan wines throughout the world. Over the years he has been able to […]

Cascina Pace

Cascina Pace is located in the hilly northern part of Langhe, which has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Zone thanks to the outstanding value of its wine culture, which has shaped the landscape over the centuries. Located in the center of the northwestern region of Piedmont, the area is inscribed as a “cultural […]

Cascina Gilli

Cascina Gilli lies in the Basso Monferrato, between Castelnuovo Don Bosco and Albugnano, on a spine of hiltops composed of greyish-white terra bianca, with uninterrupted expanses of vineyards in every direction, a terroir that has always produced wines prized for their full body and complex aromas. Cascina Gilli comprises a historic villa built in 1700 […]

Casa Emma

Casa Emma proves that everything at the heart of the Chianti region is tied by an often visible thread to millennia of history of which very little has been lost or mislaid over the centuries. The Bucalossi family bought the estate from a Florentine noblewoman, Emma Bizzarri, whose name was used for the title of […]

Cantine Di Marzo

In 1647 Scipione di Marzo fled his hometown of San Paolo Belsitolocated near the town of Nola. He settled in Tufo where he built his winery. Throughout the centuries the di Marzo family became one of the major land owners in the region. In 1866, Francesco di Marzo, while riding on his estate, saw some shepherds […]