The history of this small boutique winery is strongly linked to that of its two founders. Paolo, a descendant of a family of ship-owners for three generations, has always been passionate about wine, ever since he strolled through the old cellars of the family home as a child. Noemia, on the other hand, was born in Rio de Janeiro, of Portuguese origin, from Porto. Her grandparents, upon arriving in Brazil, brought with them the historical tradition of wine. In 1985, after years of working in other activities, the two decided to start the project of their new winery, which was immediately based on elegance and exclusivity. In the countryside, the grapes are selected and harvested by hand. While the production phase is followed, step by step, by oenologist and agronomist Guillaume Gelly. The result is an award-winning portfolio of eight labels, organically produced, mainly from French vines, on volcanic soils in the Calanchi Valley in Umbria. Small curiosity. While waiting to reach the shelves of wine shops and restaurants, the wines are stored in cellars created by Noemia d'Amico and architect Luca Brasini. Carved out of tufa rocks, the cellar has magnificent arches that create an enchanting pathway and where classical music is played. A magical place to pamper excellent wines.