Sartori was established in 1898. Sartori Di Verona is among the most renowned wine blenders, not only in Italy, but also in the world. Think of famous wine brands like Amarone e Recioto, Vigneti, Classici and Valpolicella among others. These brands underline the long time experience of Sartori di Verona as wine masters. A winery that looks at the future
Sartori and the future
Sartori di Verona continues to produce the best for its faithful customers. You can look forward to the best of wine yet to come from the wine masters. Advancement of technology has not left them behind. Through the use modern technology and research, advanced quality of wine is guaranteed.
Italian wine in the world
There is no doubt that Italian wine is the best or ranks among the best wines in the world. Age after age, generation after generation, it has stood the test of time. This can be attributed to the very old and well embedded tradition which runs deep in the very veins of the heartland of Italy.
The Organic Challenge
When it comes to wine today, there is much left for us to do, our business plans are both numerous and ambitious. One of the most impassioned projects concerns the acquisition of Mont’Albano, a Friulian estate that was among the first to believe and invest in organic wine. Identifying with this method of agriculture and grasping its potential, Sartori, in 2008, embraced the philosophy of Mont’Albano’s founder, Mauro Braidot. Sartori provided him with more innovative means to produce the classic wines of the Friuli Grave DOC zone and, most important, it subsequently grafted to his totally eco-compatible production process, the high-powered marketing of made by Sartori. Along similar lines, Sartori is also a pioneer in Abruzzo, an area with great wine growing potential, although yet untapped, whether in terms of production, or image, or marketing.
(Source: Sartori Vini Italy)