Castello di Gabbiano, History, Tradition and Chianti Culture
Purchased in 2004 by Tenuta Sette Ponti owner, Dr. Antonio Moretti, Orma is a 5.5 hectare estate that is nestled between two illustrious neighbours Sassicaia and Ornellaia, in Bolgheri, coastal Tuscany’s outstanding wine region. Bolgheri has long boasted an impressive reputation in the world, earning its prestige as one of the most impressive and creative production areas
Bodega La Rural was the original Rutini Wines winery, founded by Felipe Rutini in 1885. Today, it is the longest continually running winery in Mendoza, also serving as a museum to over 100,00 visitors annually, showcasing over 125 years of Argentinean winemaking history. Based in Maipú, one of the suburbs of Mendoza,
Founded in 1999, Poggio al Lupo, which translates as ‘Wolf’s Knoll’, is based in Maremma, one of Tuscany’s most picturesque areas. The estate itself extends across 130 acres of land, of which 35 acres are planted with vines. The vineyards lie on top of rich clay, sandstone and marly limestone soils, stretching across the Magliano hills.
Tenuta Sette Ponti is the vision of one man, Dr. Antonio Moretti, who after taking over the estate from his father in the late 1990’s decided to produce estate-bottled wines. Recognising the estates exceptional terroir, Dr. Moretti, alongside celebrated winemaker Giuseppe Ca Viola, has transformed Sette Ponti into one of Tuscany’s most celebrated estates. “Sette Ponti has
The largest winery in North-East Italy.In 1931, 70 growers joined forces to create a co-operative called “Destra Tagliamento”. Today, known as Viticultori Friulani La Delizia with 500 growers and 2,000 hectares of vineyards throughout the Friuli plain with the reknowned “Friuli Grave” and “Prosecco DOC” areas. In 2016 to meet both domestic