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Our Indie Producers

Baldi Pierfranco

Baldi Pierfranco is a farm that grows, in the 12 hectares of vineyards above the sunny hills of Castigliole d’Asti, Barbera, Moscato, Chardonnay, Dolcetto, Grignolino and Arneis grapes, which are carefully selected, sacrificing part of the production to obtain the highest quality possible.

Carlo Ferro

Carlo Ferro farm is set between the Langhe and the Monferrato, in one of the most renowned wine-growing areas, where 10 hectares of Barbera, Dolcetto and Grignolino grapes are raising. The company maintains the most traditional cultivation techniques and adheres to the Ecologically Controlled Agri-Environment program.

Cà del Gè

Immersed in an enchanting hilly landscape, Cà del Gè farm cultivates 36 hectares of land, adhering to the program of lower environmental impact.
During the production, the farm gets agricultural and winemaking techniques combining ancient traditions and modern technologies.

Cantine Giovannini

In the land where Emilia and Romagna meet, there are Giovannini’s Cellars, born from the passion of the progenitor of the Giovannini’s family in the 60’s. The adoption of new fermentation techniques, the choice of materials for winemaking and the care of the vine health testify to the attention with which the company is still addressing the sector today.

Cantina Sorres

An all-female winery, led by two sisters, Laura and Delia, who have decided to continue to take care of the wine-making activity started by their grandfather many years ago.
Their particular Cannonau was born in a part of Sardinia called Romangia, known for the production of excellent quality wines.

Leo Vanin – Il Settolo

Mattiazzo Leo farm is located in Valdobbiadene, between the hills and the glorious Piave river, which crosses and marks these lands. All the wines are obtained from grapes harvested in the six hectares of cultivated land and, thanks to the different layers of the plots, the company offers the three major denominations for Italian Prosecco Spumante.

Casina di Cornia

In a fascinating place, close to the heart of the Gallo Nero Classic Chianti Consortium, Antoine and Francine decided to found their dream: Casina di Cornia. It was 1979 and today their sons continuing to produce wines by minimizing the environmental impact and making all the characteristics of the terroir express.

Fabrizio Pratesi

When is Carmignano born? The progenitor of the Super Tuscan noblemen? The first DOC in Tuscany? Also the Medici noble family thought that this small town in the department of Prato, in Tuscany, was a pleasant place for the production of wine and oil. It is here that the Pratesi family bought the Lolocco estate in 1875, where their Carmignano DOC is produced today.

Secondo Cerchio

SecondoCerchio wines follow a “biocontaminated” philosophy, which combines traditional viticulture and reduction of the use of chemical products. SecondoCerchio was born with the idea of testing different expressions of Sangiovese in Chianti Classico territory, combined with international vines. This is how Arché and Catturasogni wines are born.


Pietrefitte is a young farm that was born with the intent to convey the idea that wine is mainly culture and passion. Set in a hill in the Taburno massif, in the Campania region, Pietrefitte has a unique exposition, which gives to its wine a unique identity.


Montecariano is a winery located in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica. This winery has made of respect and enhancement of its territory a true mantra. The wines of this cellar are designed to convey the historical memory of the territory in which they are produced and represent a real journey in the taste of one of the most voted territories of Italian viticulture.

I have very simple tastes; I always settle for the best.

– Oscar Wilde

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