Love and vine

The wine tells about a family history

Good wine for over half a century.

The history of our family intertwines with the history of our land, our vineyards and our wine. Passion, sacrifice and love for our work are the ingredients with which in the forties our forefather and grandfather Giovanni Biagi started producing high quality wines, then passed it down with enthusiasm to his son Mariano. Now his grandchildren, Fabrizio and Luca, who have treasured all the family teaching, are going on with innovation and dynamism.

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The wines

Let’s find out all our tastes

Wine always tells a story, and ours speaks of honesty, quality and a family passion, which have been passed down from generation to generation. This way our wine has become to be appreciated all over the world in a short time.

The territory

In every sip there is a bit 'of Abruzzi

Here where Teramo wine comes from, which has been appreciated since ancient times, here where one can breathe the saline air and the Gran Sasso mountain currents, here where the hills are covered with vineyards, orchards and olive tree groves, here our wine is produced. The calcareous clay soil and the several local streams are the ideal conditions for high quality grape wine

The taste that makes you feel at home

Tradition and family

The territory of Val Vibrata and particularly the hills of Colonnella, home to our winery at an average height of 200 meters above sea level. This is the home of Abruzzo wine, the base of the local economy and the foundation of folk traditions in which families have a strong bond. Our wines constitute the highest expression and contain all the flavor.

Flavors, territory and art

Abruzzo land to love

In addition to the vine, our estates also include olive groves and orchards, extending for about forty hectares on the green hills of the Val Vibrata, caressed by savory sea and the mountain currents cool breezes.


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