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Straitalian Winemakers


Winemakers from Italy - We Love What We Do



"Passion pushes us beyond any effort" - Gaetano Peragine - Managing Director


Our Technologies



Brand new technology with automatic quality control, low CO2 impact and maximum flexibility (bottle size and wine types ) and speed (average of 15.000 bottles per hour). High production capacity and scalability-Over 55 Millions Bottles Produced and exported in 53 countries.


Our Commitment



All production process is guaranteed by HACCP & ISO and fully compliant to Global International for Food Safety certification: B.R.C. and I.F.S. Committed to corporate social responsibility & sustainability, through several yearly projects.


The Family



After many generations the Santero family is proud to own and manage this winery still so important for its historic and cultural significance. Over the years, under the expert guidance of the CEO, the new generation’s members have followed the old way for over a century, keeping the same passion, the same love for nature and for the vineyard. It is a priceless experience which starts in the vineyards and ends into the bottle. Our mission is to obtain the best results from our vineyards through a personal communication with nature, walking through the grapevines understanding their evolution day by day.


Harvest time is certainly the most important for our company because our success starts here. “Your land will never betray you” is one of the best mottos of the CEO (Santero Mario) who believes that If you grow your land with love and care, you will be rewarded with good fruits. This is where it all begins, the best sun exposure, the best soil and the ability to select the most mature grapes. Here’s where you get the best aroma and the greatest, the fuller and the most balanced flavour along with the most lasting and shining colors.


Our Vineyards



Abbazia di San Gaudenzio



“Casa Vinicola Abbazia” winery is located in Santo Stefano Belbo, a small town between Langhe Monferrato and Roero. The Langhe area is a mosaic of infinite landscapes impossible to embrace at a glance. Through quick steps with continuous changes follow each new and romantic landscapes that leave the spectator breathless.


These views gave Santo Stefano Belbo the recognition of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO protected for their charge of spirituality and evocative power. The Langhe area is located in the southern part of Piedmont (at the foot of the mountains) between the highest and coldest mountains of Europe and the warm Mediterranean Sea. This peculiar microclimate has always granted the best weather conditions for the cultivation of the most precious and delicate grapes.


Cantina di Solopaca



The Cantina di Solopaca is one of the oldest farmer’s cooperative all over the Campania. The vineyards are located in a wide area that, starting from Solopaca’s territory, involves other 16 neighbouring disctricts, reaching a total planted area of about 1300 hectares. Solopaca stretches in an area formerly known as Sannio, ever devoted to the winegrowing. On the Solopaca hills was born the fabulous “Solopaca D.O.C.” whose story is lost in the dim and distant past.Even Joachim Murat, french general and King of Naples, who tasting the Solopaca wine, extoled its merits until comparing the impetuous power of the wine to that of his brother in law Napoleon.


Sannio Shire



Sannio is a hilly area north of Naples. It extends over the historical grape-growing region of Samnium, the land of the Samnites, a pre-Roman people. Its historical heritage was mentioned in the works of the philosophers Pliny, Cato and Horace, who described the wines as having a “slightly smoky aroma” and an “intense resinous scent”. Sannio gained its DOC status in 1997 and its regulations require that the grapes be sourced from hillside vineyards, where the climate is ideal for the cultivation of best-quality vines.



Traveling through its hills it is possible to understand how viticulture is characterizing the land, and how much is the subject of protecting the environment and the source of economic sustainability of its people. In some areas the vine and its vegetative period mark the life of the local community, especially in the areas between the Massif of Matese and Taburno, and the slopes of Taburno at the Calore River. In the province are born wineries in the form of cooperatives, bringing together almost two thousand and fifty winegrowers, associative and productive realities at the regional level and of significant importance at the level of southern Italy.


Tenuta Opera Maestra



Tenuta Opera Maestra, founded in Castellina M.Ma,Tuscany in the middle of the twentieth century, where vineryards, olive trees and breathtaking sunset make this land distinctive. Family-run, it has grown over time sustainably, thanks to the innate passion and respect for wine traditions which is reflected in its decision made by the management. It has begun to establish itself as one of the most up and coming winemakers in Tuscany. A modern winery immerse in its vineyards with a predominantly biological and Low CO2 impact Vineyards with a majority of Sangiovese and Vermentino, but with considerable Cabernet sauvignon, merlot and trebbiano are located among the municipalities of Palaia, Castellina and have an altitude ranging from 60 m to 330 m, always exposed to south / south-east.



Wines are produced respecting the highest quality standards guaranteed by BRC-IFS certifications.
The base of our philosophy is care, nurture and share. Leveraging our culture, our roots, our biodiversity combined with modern winemaking techniques and low yields per hectare is our way to thank nature for what it has given us.


Bocciamatta



Celebrate your Mad Moments with a Mad Bottle. We all have crazy moments in our lives, make something unthinkable till the day before, the unexpected that allows to go out of our confort zone. All for good causes. All to make the world a better place. Madder, but madder for good.


Poggio Manfredi - Tuscany



Poggio Manfredi Toscana Rosso is a bold and delicious red blend from Tuscany I.G.T. Expect well-balanced flavors and aromas of red fruit, along with a tangy and spicy note. Obtained from a blend of 50% Merlot and 50% Sangiovese, this wine is known as a “Supertuscan”, in which foreign grapes (Merlot) are blended with native grapes of the region (Sangiovese).


Our Alta Via Project for Sustainability 



For over 40 years our vinegrowers are committed to the sustainable cultivation with the following activities:


– Soil analysis and assessment of the nutritional needs of each vine to limit fertilizer and adopt, where possible, the grassing.


– Guided Defense of the vineyards through field checks and evaluating weather forecast to program only necessary treatment, thus limiting the environmental impact.


– Using the “Quaderno di Campagna” (Country Notebook) to record all treatments carried out, to avoid mistakes and to better assess the effectiveness of treatments.


– Installation of water purification and solar in the vinification cellars.


Today We Have Also Made Further Steps



– Direct support with an extra contribution for the protection of viticulture in the most inaccessible areas contributing to the protection of biodiversity.


– Greener packaging with 360 grams bottles and FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) from responsibly cultivated forests.


Vinification



The best grapes are selected in the vineyard and vinified in stainless steel tanks for 18/20 days.


Refining



It completes the malolactic fermentation in wood where it rests for 20 months. Afterwards, the aging process is completed with 4 months of bottle refining.


Our Strengths



Quality



Owned vineyards allow control over entire Value Chain. Proven Winemaking Techniques to preserve full flavours of our distinctive “Terroirs”


Awards



Appealing wide range of varietals produced. Awarded wines, 48 between Gold and Silver medal in 2019.


Growing Stronger Together



Volume purchase across the value chain to achieve synergies and savings. Streamlined Commercial activities on International markets, avoiding duplication of efforts. Sharing winemaking practices resulting in Competitive Advantage in price and differentiation.


Shared Resources



Increased internal purchasing and pricing powers with vendors (Glass, Labels, Capsules). Reduced finance, compliance and HR expenses. Efficiencies across Operatio.


Communication



In house digital marketing. More Brands means more data and efficient spend to analyse consumer’s behaviour. Cross Marketing. Marketing and Sales support to accompany client’s growth. Customised and scalable approach for Private Labelns, Fulfilment, warehousing and Sales. Streamlined product development cycle. Vertical Integration.

Straitalian Winemakers


Winemakers from Italy - We Love What We Do



"Passion pushes us beyond any effort" - Gaetano Peragine - Managing Director


Our Technologies



Brand new technology with automatic quality control, low CO2 impact and maximum flexibility (bottle size and wine types ) and speed (average of 15.000 bottles per hour). High production capacity and scalability-Over 55 Millions Bottles Produced and exported in 53 countries.


Our Commitment



All production process is guaranteed by HACCP & ISO and fully compliant to Global International for Food Safety certification: B.R.C. and I.F.S. Committed to corporate social responsibility & sustainability, through several yearly projects.


The Family



After many generations the Santero family is proud to own and manage this winery still so important for its historic and cultural significance. Over the years, under the expert guidance of the CEO, the new generation’s members have followed the old way for over a century, keeping the same passion, the same love for nature and for the vineyard. It is a priceless experience which starts in the vineyards and ends into the bottle. Our mission is to obtain the best results from our vineyards through a personal communication with nature, walking through the grapevines understanding their evolution day by day.


Harvest time is certainly the most important for our company because our success starts here. “Your land will never betray you” is one of the best mottos of the CEO (Santero Mario) who believes that If you grow your land with love and care, you will be rewarded with good fruits. This is where it all begins, the best sun exposure, the best soil and the ability to select the most mature grapes. Here’s where you get the best aroma and the greatest, the fuller and the most balanced flavour along with the most lasting and shining colors.


Our Vineyards



Abbazia di San Gaudenzio



“Casa Vinicola Abbazia” winery is located in Santo Stefano Belbo, a small town between Langhe Monferrato and Roero. The Langhe area is a mosaic of infinite landscapes impossible to embrace at a glance. Through quick steps with continuous changes follow each new and romantic landscapes that leave the spectator breathless.


These views gave Santo Stefano Belbo the recognition of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO protected for their charge of spirituality and evocative power. The Langhe area is located in the southern part of Piedmont (at the foot of the mountains) between the highest and coldest mountains of Europe and the warm Mediterranean Sea. This peculiar microclimate has always granted the best weather conditions for the cultivation of the most precious and delicate grapes.


Cantina di Solopaca



The Cantina di Solopaca is one of the oldest farmer’s cooperative all over the Campania. The vineyards are located in a wide area that, starting from Solopaca’s territory, involves other 16 neighbouring disctricts, reaching a total planted area of about 1300 hectares. Solopaca stretches in an area formerly known as Sannio, ever devoted to the winegrowing. On the Solopaca hills was born the fabulous “Solopaca D.O.C.” whose story is lost in the dim and distant past.Even Joachim Murat, french general and King of Naples, who tasting the Solopaca wine, extoled its merits until comparing the impetuous power of the wine to that of his brother in law Napoleon.


Sannio Shire



Sannio is a hilly area north of Naples. It extends over the historical grape-growing region of Samnium, the land of the Samnites, a pre-Roman people. Its historical heritage was mentioned in the works of the philosophers Pliny, Cato and Horace, who described the wines as having a “slightly smoky aroma” and an “intense resinous scent”. Sannio gained its DOC status in 1997 and its regulations require that the grapes be sourced from hillside vineyards, where the climate is ideal for the cultivation of best-quality vines.



Traveling through its hills it is possible to understand how viticulture is characterizing the land, and how much is the subject of protecting the environment and the source of economic sustainability of its people. In some areas the vine and its vegetative period mark the life of the local community, especially in the areas between the Massif of Matese and Taburno, and the slopes of Taburno at the Calore River. In the province are born wineries in the form of cooperatives, bringing together almost two thousand and fifty winegrowers, associative and productive realities at the regional level and of significant importance at the level of southern Italy.


Tenuta Opera Maestra



Tenuta Opera Maestra, founded in Castellina M.Ma,Tuscany in the middle of the twentieth century, where vineryards, olive trees and breathtaking sunset make this land distinctive. Family-run, it has grown over time sustainably, thanks to the innate passion and respect for wine traditions which is reflected in its decision made by the management. It has begun to establish itself as one of the most up and coming winemakers in Tuscany. A modern winery immerse in its vineyards with a predominantly biological and Low CO2 impact Vineyards with a majority of Sangiovese and Vermentino, but with considerable Cabernet sauvignon, merlot and trebbiano are located among the municipalities of Palaia, Castellina and have an altitude ranging from 60 m to 330 m, always exposed to south / south-east.



Wines are produced respecting the highest quality standards guaranteed by BRC-IFS certifications.
The base of our philosophy is care, nurture and share. Leveraging our culture, our roots, our biodiversity combined with modern winemaking techniques and low yields per hectare is our way to thank nature for what it has given us.


Bocciamatta



Celebrate your Mad Moments with a Mad Bottle. We all have crazy moments in our lives, make something unthinkable till the day before, the unexpected that allows to go out of our confort zone. All for good causes. All to make the world a better place. Madder, but madder for good.


Poggio Manfredi - Tuscany



Poggio Manfredi Toscana Rosso is a bold and delicious red blend from Tuscany I.G.T. Expect well-balanced flavors and aromas of red fruit, along with a tangy and spicy note. Obtained from a blend of 50% Merlot and 50% Sangiovese, this wine is known as a “Supertuscan”, in which foreign grapes (Merlot) are blended with native grapes of the region (Sangiovese).


Our Alta Via Project for Sustainability 



For over 40 years our vinegrowers are committed to the sustainable cultivation with the following activities:


– Soil analysis and assessment of the nutritional needs of each vine to limit fertilizer and adopt, where possible, the grassing.


– Guided Defense of the vineyards through field checks and evaluating weather forecast to program only necessary treatment, thus limiting the environmental impact.


– Using the “Quaderno di Campagna” (Country Notebook) to record all treatments carried out, to avoid mistakes and to better assess the effectiveness of treatments.


– Installation of water purification and solar in the vinification cellars.


Today We Have Also Made Further Steps



– Direct support with an extra contribution for the protection of viticulture in the most inaccessible areas contributing to the protection of biodiversity.


– Greener packaging with 360 grams bottles and FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) from responsibly cultivated forests.


Vinification



The best grapes are selected in the vineyard and vinified in stainless steel tanks for 18/20 days.


Refining



It completes the malolactic fermentation in wood where it rests for 20 months. Afterwards, the aging process is completed with 4 months of bottle refining.


Our Strengths



Quality



Owned vineyards allow control over entire Value Chain. Proven Winemaking Techniques to preserve full flavours of our distinctive “Terroirs”


Awards



Appealing wide range of varietals produced. Awarded wines, 48 between Gold and Silver medal in 2019.


Growing Stronger Together



Volume purchase across the value chain to achieve synergies and savings. Streamlined Commercial activities on International markets, avoiding duplication of efforts. Sharing winemaking practices resulting in Competitive Advantage in price and differentiation.


Shared Resources



Increased internal purchasing and pricing powers with vendors (Glass, Labels, Capsules). Reduced finance, compliance and HR expenses. Efficiencies across Operatio.


Communication



In house digital marketing. More Brands means more data and efficient spend to analyse consumer’s behaviour. Cross Marketing. Marketing and Sales support to accompany client’s growth. Customised and scalable approach for Private Labelns, Fulfilment, warehousing and Sales. Streamlined product development cycle. Vertical Integration.

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