Pinot Grigio: At the beginning of the 1960s, in view of a specific request to provide a fresh, fruity wine with a modern edge, the oenologist Rino Russolo (grandfather of the current owner) had the idea of inventing a white wine from Pinot Grigio grapes. Before then, nobody had ever thought of using that variety of grape to produce a white wine to sell on the market. One of the most important events in Italian winemaking is thus inextricably linked to the Russolo family.
Points of view
Our idea of wine is linked to a traditional vision of the product. The wine made in our vineyards was a familiar, genuine and straight forward product. Pleasantness, simplicity and directness are age-old values that this product has passed down from one generation to the next, and still today they are of fundamental importance.