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  • Antica Distilleria di Altavilla

    Antica Distilleria di Altavilla

    Antica Distilleria di Altavilla (Altavilla Monferrato - Alessandria)

    The Antica Distilleria di Altavilla is one of the oldest distilleries in Italy. It is located in Monferrato, in the province of Alessandria, and was founded in 1846 by Filippo Mazzetti. Today Alessandro Mazzetti (together with his brother Fabrizio) leads the company which is still family-run. If you go to visit him he will be happy to tell you all about the ancient distillation process that is still used today, the is discontinuous steam alembics and low pressure method. This method immediately distills the grapes just received so as not to lose their aromas and uses the pomace itself for combustion.

  • Benevelli Piero

    Benevelli Piero

    Benevelli Piero (Monforte d'Alba - Cuneo)

    Benevelli Piero founded his company in Monforte d’Alba in 1978 at the "Il Pilone" farmhouse, which is still a symbol of the winery today. His son Massimo started working with his father at the age of 14 sparking his passion for this work which still thrives to this day.

  • Bocale

    Bocale

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    Bocale (Montefalco - Perugia)

    The Valentini family has always owned the vineyards in this area of Montefalco, Umbria and has always been called Bocale (which in the local dialect means two-liter mug). This region is famous for its Sagrantino wines and in 2002 the winery found new life when the latest generation of the family decided to devote more attention to the wine production focusing on the highest quality possible.

  • Casa Gialla

    Casa Gialla

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    Casa Gialla (Valdobbiadene - Treviso)

    The Zanetton family's winemaking tradition dates back to 1800, when the land in Valdobbiadene was aquired and where they still today grow the grapes for their Prosecco.

  • Ermanno Costa Cascina Spagnolo

    Ermanno Costa Cascina Spagnolo

    Ermanno Costa Cascina Spagnolo (Canale - Cuneo)

    The Ermanno Costa Cascina Spagnolo winery is so distinct due to the fact that the entire vineyard area is arranged on a single hill with optimal southern exposure in an almost amphitheater of vines. This configuration allows all of the wines produced to benefit from the same ideal characteristics. The whites in particular, are powerful and sunny and in fact they are aged only in steel tanks at controlled temperatures, so as not to interfere with their already rich flavors. While, the reds show off all their rustic elegance softened by aging in large, traditional wooden barrels.

  • Fattoria Svetoni

    Fattoria Svetoni

    Fattoria Svetoni (Montepulciano - Siena)

    The beauty of the Svetoni estate is that it must be enjoyed in person: this majestic farm, built in the late 1700s, actually looks like a small castle and that is no coincidence since it was the home of the Grand Duke of Tuscany. The beginning of its wine production dates back to 1865 and one would think that even then it was clear that Gracciano was the ideal land for Prugnolo Gentile, the variety of Sangiovese from which Vino Nobile of Montepulciano is produced.

  • Francone

    Francone

    Francone (Neive - Cuneo)

    The Francone family has been working this land in the Barbaresco area of Piedmont for over a century and since the 1960s they have become a model example for the region in the world of wine.

  • Ghiomo

    Ghiomo

    Ghiomo (Guarene - Cuneo)

    Our appreciation for Ghiomo's wines is certainly influenced by the contagious congeniality of Giuseppino Anfossi, the winemaker - or rather the farmer, as he likes to define himself. In his 10 hectares of property 2km from Alba (the Piedmont region) he produces great quality, gripping wines. Yes, it’s wonderful to be fun loving and kind, but in the end, it’s the quality of the product that truly matters and in this the wines of Ghiomo certainty deliver, whether it be white or red.

  • La Contrada di Sorano

    La Contrada di Sorano

    La Contrada di Sorano (Serralunga d'Alba - Cuneo)

    The Contrada di Sorano is the quintessential winery that we look for at in-wine: small (only 2.5 hectares or 6.17 acres), genuine, attentive to quality, nestled on hills with the perfect sun exposure.

  • Le Berne

    Le Berne

    Le Bèrne (Montepulciano - Siena)

    In Montepulciano there are numerous wine producers, so choosing one to buy from is never an easy task. In order to make our decision, we at in-wine observe the following criteria: quality of the tasting, production area, advice from locals and, why not – pleasantness.

  • Le Marognole

    Le Marognole

    Le Marognole (Valgatara di Marano di Valpolicella - Verona)

    Fabio Corsi's Le Marognole winery, in Marano di Valpolicella (Verona), is quite young (established in 2004) but the direction has been clear since the beginning - tradition.

  • Le Quattro Vasche

    Le Quattro Vasche

    Danilo and Roberto Polverini together with their mother run the winery Le Quattro Vasche in Velletri, just outside of Rome.

  • Le Vigne di Rosa
  • Marchesi Incisa della Rocchetta

    Marchesi Incisa della Rocchetta

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    Marchesi Incisa della Rocchetta (Rocchetta Tanaro - Asti)

    The story of the Marquises of Incisa starts from Monferrato (in Piedmont) around the year 1000 and is a story that is intimately linked with the cultivation of vineyards. In the last century, they profoundly influenced the development of wine in Italy. It was in fact the Marquis Mario Incisa della Rocchetta, already a great scholar of agriculture and in particular of vineyards, who invented Sassicaia, which in years to follow would become one of the most famous wines in the world.

  • Negro Giuseppe

    Negro Giuseppe

    Negro Giuseppe (Neive - Cuneo)

    The kindness with which Giorgio Negro welcomes you when arriving at the Negro Giuseppe winery is contagious and immediately puts you in the best mood to get in touch with a truly special piece of land. The cellar is extremely clean and tidy, adorned with beautiful objects. The highlight, however, is the tasting room: boasting a large window overlooking the hills "blanketed" in the rows of vines.

  • Podere Fornace Prima

    Podere Fornace Prima

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    Podere Fornace Prima (Cerreto Guidi - Firenze)

    The Bandinelli family has cultivated their lands for over 50 years, but since 2010 they have made a drastic decision: they transitioned to cultivation in a modern biodynamic farming system. A courageous choice that involves, for example, the introduction of biodiversity through the sowing of hundreds of plants between the rows, especially legumes. These plants with their release of nitrogen, provide natural fertilizer to the grapevines. The grapes grow incredibly healthy and robust without the need of any chemical intervention.

  • Poderi Rosso Giovanni

    Poderi Rosso Giovanni

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    Poderi Rosso Giovanni (Agliano Terme - Asti)

    As was commonly done in the past, the historic cellars of Poderi Rosso Giovanni are located in the center of a small town in the province of Asti, Agliano Terme. The current owner of the family-run estate now at for third generation is Lionello Rosso. Here he will be pleased to show you, with all of his contagious enthusiasm for his work, where the barrels of Barbera are stored for ageing. And you will be surprised to find out that Barbera is practically the only wine they produce: a nonconformist choice in years where most wineries tend to broaden their range of wines more and more, but perfectly consistent with Lionello’s style and with this land which both love to focus on what they can do best.

  • Pometti
  • Rossovermiglio

    Rossovermiglio

    Rossovermiglio (Paduli - Benevento)

    Mariateresa Gennaro and Piero Verlingieri have been caring their vineyards in the Sannio region for thirty years and their passion brought them to focus more and more on the use of high tech in their cellar. Visiting their winery is like a jump into the future starting from the hyper-reduction machineries which replace oxygen with nitrogen so that the grapes never get in touch with open air and therefore the addition of sulphites is minimal, going to the optical scanner for the selection of the best grapes with the elimination of the bad ones.

  • Silvio Grasso

    Silvio Grasso

    Silvio Grasso (La Morra - Cuneo)

    The town of La Morra is located halfway between Alba and Barolo territories and is one of the most loved areas by connoisseurs of the Nebbiolo grapes. Here there are many wine producers, each with their own defining characteristics. In-wine has chosen to collaborate with the Silvio Grasso company because their family style and genuine approach both towards the land and towards others: a way of working that on the one hand makes strong reference to the farming traditions of the past, but on the other hand is well aware that in 2020 wine is expected convey both authenticity and emotion.

  • Tenuta Montemagno

    Tenuta Montemagno

    Tenuta Montemango (Montemagno - Asti)

    Tenuta Montemagno is a splendid estate in Monferrato region, an area declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here the hospitality of a high-level boutique hotel is combined with a stunning property surrounded by 100 hectares (about 250 acres) of vineyards comprised of mostly indigenous vines.

  • Vini Costa

    Vini Costa

    Vini Costa (Montebelluna - Treviso)

    For three generations, the Costa family has been dedicated to the production of wine in the Treviso hills, known as the cradle of great wines and above all their Proseccos. They are close to the Piave river and among the hills of Asolo: an area of history, beauty and soil perfect for the cultivation of vineyards.