From ancient expertise comes stunning flavour

The company was founded in 2012 after our family decided to place the estates at the centre of its agricultural activities, focusing on the splendid vineyards and olive groves.

Our ambition sparked an innovative and ambitious project built around a new approach to agriculture and land management. From our conversion to organic agriculture to the adoption of new vine growing methods, every choice we make is part of an enlightened take on winemaking, where the pursuit of excellence starts from the sustainability of the work done every day.

Innovation, part of the Pieralisi DNA

We have been guided by a love for the land and the local area and driven forward by a passion for innovation ever since Adeodato Pieralisi set up his workshop for the maintenance of agricultural machinery in 1888.

Thanks to land that is particularly suitable for agriculture, paired with cutting-edge production techniques designed to guarantee optimum flavour and quality, we have achieved levels of excellence in our wine production, which is overseen by first-rate oenologists and master winemakers with unrivalled experience and passion.

Towards Organic

Driven by a deep respect for the land and the environment and sure in the conviction that authentic origins are the key to creating a product of excellence, we ensure that all of our production processes are vegan friendly and have also begun working towards organic certification.

Carlo Ferrini at the helm of the technical staff

In the winery, the work of the technical team – led by Carlo Ferrini – is focused on protecting and celebrating the distinctiveness of the grapes produced in our vineyards. We only use simple, non-invasive oenological practices.

Drawing on his extensive technical experience and personal qualities, Carlo Ferrini interprets and exalts the unique characteristics of our grapes in the simplest and most natural way possible. He produces stunning wines packed with unparalleled organoleptic qualities, providing an alternative to modern wine and its increasingly standardised flavour.