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Framed by the surrounding Tortonese Doc - VQPRD -hills, Cascina Caprini distinguishes itself to have made the best wine-producing Piemontese tradition that hinges to build a modern and original interpretation of the Piedmont traditional vines. Colli Tortonesi (Hills of Tortona) offer a breathtaking variegated landscape scattered with cultivated fields, rolling hills filled with vineyards and orchards, cool oak and chestnut thickets with streams and torrents. From the steep slopes of Colli Tortonesi, you can enjoy an overwhelming view ranging from Monviso to the Ligurian Sea. Located at the crossroads of four regions (Piedmont, Lombardy,

Our winery is situated on the enchanting hills of San Miniato (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Miniato), small village, mainly famous as one of the most important area for the production of White Truffle in Italy. (http://www.sanminiatotartufo.it/inglese/homeing.htm) Pietro Beconcini Agricola (www.pietrobeconcini.com) was funded in 1958 by Giuseppe Beconcini, grandfather of the current owner, Leonardo Beconcini and his wife Eva Bellagamba. Our company is specialised in the production of the "king" of the Tuscan grapes: Sangiovese. But we also cultivate autoctonous grapes like Malvasia Nera, Colorino , Canaiolo and other varieties wi

Great passions are often sparked by little seeds. The history of Apollonio winery dates back to 1870, in the aftermath of the Italian unification. It was in the south of the Salento region – where most people made a living out of wine – that the story of Apollonio’s family began; such has succeeded in exporting Salento’s high-quality wine tradition all over the world thanks to its passion and hard work. It was 1870 when Noè Apollonio planted his own vineyard and produced wine for the first time. He did not lack experience, which he had inherited it from his father Tommaso (a producer and wine merchant born in 1828), and his grandfather Giuse

In 1570 Andrea Palladio wrote about Villa Angarano: "This place is well-known for its precious wines here produced, for its fruits and even more for the courtesy of the master" - The Four books of Architecture. Actually Villa Angarano's vineyards are located in the Eastern area of the Breganze DOC, in Bassano del Grappa, reaching the right bank of river Brenta. The alluvial soil and the night breeze from Valsugana benefit both the vine and the olive tree. Thanks to this optimal climate, wine has always been produced in this area. The first evidence of the presence of vineyards dates back to the lord Ezzellino's domain in the 13th century. Cur

  • Address: Via Cavallo, 38 - 36040 San Germano dei Berici (Vicenza)
    Phone. +39 0444.868040 - Fax. +39 0444.868040
    Website: www.cabruzzo.com
    E-mail: info@cabruzzo.com

Production of Quality Wines, Vineyard Tours & Exclusive Catered Events. Five varieties of grapes are grown on these lush hillside vineyards for a total production of no more than 20,000 bottles of wine. The Bruzzo's carry out all aspects of winemaking personally.

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