The Cellar

30 years of passion

The Carboni Vinicultural Company was born in the 1990s out of the passion of its proprietor. Over time it has grown in competence and experience and become the heritage of his young sons. 

The philosophy that inspires the wine cellar comes from the centuries-old tradition of the cultivation and production of wine inherited from previous generations, united with constant research that seeks the synthesis of tradition and innovation to create the best wines. We aim to create wines that meet market tastes and use the most modern oenological technology while maintaining and preserving whatever makes our wines unique - namely, the vines, the terrain and the microclimate, or the terroir, of the Mandrolisai hills.

The Carboni Cellar loves the idea of wine being a family product that springs from a deep and special bond with the land and its cycles. Even today, the whole family is involved in all the necessary operations, guaranteeing the high level of quality that is, above all, a gesture of love for nature from those who respect it and work with it with the sagacity of human endeavour.

Our cellar has been witness to the history of this small community of Ortueri farmers. It is the child of many other stories that are naturally intertwined, from which emerge the splendid native vines of this area; each deserving of further recognition and protection, to be known for its quality, excellence in production and variety, as well as careful valuation and sustainability politics from the institutions.

Our cellar tells the story of a family who looks proudly and wisely at the best of their own centuries-old tradition, and seeks to protect it loyally for future generations, while at the same time carefully transforming ancient knowledge into innovative oenological projects that synthesise and yield the most original results.

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