Serego Alighieri

Located in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica district, Possessioni Serego Alighieri is just a few kilometres from the historic city centre of Verona and the beauty of Lake Garda. In 1353, the charming estate (already famous for the quality of its vineyards), was bought by Pietro Alighieri, son of Dante the Poet. For 21 […]

Bellussi Prosecco

In 1993, Enrico Martellozzo and his winemaking father Paolo took control of a historic site in the commune of Valdobbiadene. They named it Bellussi, a moniker derived from the bellussare pruning method which is commonly used in the DOCG.  A decades-long expansion, restoring vineyards and establishing one of the most impressive wineries in the Prosecco […]


The Berici region is a series of rolling hills between Vicenza and Verona, in the foothills of the Dolomites. It’s rocky (volcanic with a predominance of limestone and marl) and temperate, protected by the mountains and mitigated by the effect of the Adriatic sea. The project is managed by the Cielo family, and involves several […]

Ciprani Drinks

Giuseppe Cipriani opened Harry’s Bar in 1931. Later to become a declared national landmark and the centre point of the eponymous Cipriani’s hotel, the bar gained fame immediately due to its post war glamour, San Marco location and exceptional bartenders.  A key to its success was the warm atmosphere and lack of imposition – it […]


Founded in 1925, Pasqua Wines is a family business with both historic roots and dynamic practice. The modern winery is based in Verona, with wines sourced from multiple regions in Italy. The range includes traditional table and sparkling wines, innovative blends and shake-ups on the classic styles, through to the use of New-world practices with […]


The Masi story began in 1772, when the Boscaini family carried out their first harvest in the prestigious vineyards in Vajo dei Masi, a valley in the heart of the Valpolicella Classica region. After more than 250 years of passionate winemaking the company is still in family hands, run by the sixth and seventh generations. […]