The farm, located between Reggio Emilia and Parma, is an old family property that can trace back its viticultural origin to the 900's. Its philosphy is to combine the use of technology, constant innovation and tradition to obtain the best result and produce top quality wines.
Today Lambrusco is enjoying a rebirth. This is a small winery but is certainly big on quality, the kind of quality that only the natural fermentation of wines can guarantee.
Lambrusco is primarily produced in the Val Padana which lies between Piacenza and Bologna. Rich in sand and gravel, the vineyards are on a south to south east exposure and lie at about 200 meters above sea level in the Val Padana. The vines are an average of 25 years old.