We took the first step in our long journey – registering Stefano Farina as a sole proprietorship company for the bottling and marketing of wine
THE FAMILY EXPANDED
The one-man show gave way to “Stefano Farina and Sons”, bringing in Bruno, Giancarlo and Gino!
With the establishment of “Cascina La Traversa” Giancarlo Farina & Co, a little bit of the wonderful Barolo region became ours: we were on the way to becoming highly respected winemakers.
After Barolo, came Chianti Classico: in Panzano in Chianti, “Fattoria Le Bocce” placed a new pin on our wine-making map.
FIRST ALBA – THEN IN A BLINK, DOLCETTO
No wine guide would be complete without speaking of Alba’s hills, where dolcetto gives its very best in its famous namesake wine. With San Quirico, in Diano d’Alba, we started a new chapter in our history.
NOT JUST CLASSIC
With the new millennium, Tuscany became synonymous with Chianti. The acquisition of L’Albereto in Subbiano saw us expanding our production as far as Casentino.
THE HEEL OF THE BOOT - APULIA
These lands were destined for agriculture. We dedicated our efforts to planting vines on our plots at “La Rosa del Salice”. Salento was our last stop. For the moment.