This family-run farm has been transforming its own Lambrusco grapes into wine for three generations, in the best production zone: Cristo di Sorbara, a strip of land in the Modena valley between the Secchia and Panaro rivers.
In 1926, grandfather Achille built the first part of the cellar, extended and developed later by his son Gianfranco. Alberto and his wife Barbara have run the winery since 1998, dedicated to the painstaking production and promotion of monovarietal Sorbara wine. Lambrusco di Sorbara is the oldest of the varieties grown in Italy. Hectares under vine: 17