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Fasoli Gino Wines Veneto

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Colognola ai Colli Via C. Battisti, 47 +39 045 7650741 +39 045 7650741

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To fully understand what we are today, it is necessary to look to our ancestors.

In 1925, our grandfather Amadio was the pioneer of the farm. It was he who first planted vines and made wine from his own grapes and produced a good quality wine. At this time he used to sell his wine to the best taverns in cities such as: Verona, Vicenza and Padova, transporting it in small barrels on a horse-drawn cart.

Our father Gino, and his brother Gigi, built on their father's experience building the reputation of our wine in other regions of Italy and abroad. Together, with the work of Amadio-Franco in 1966 and Natalino in 1971, this has been the foundation from which we have been able to grow.

Our first foray into organic cultivation came in 1980 and since 1984 all of our vineyards have become organic. In 1990 they were A.I.A.B approved.

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