A Winery Immersed in Unspoiled Landscapes
Enhanced by Via Francigena, a watershed that distinguishes the vineyard zones, Monte Della Vigne is located in the heart of Colli di Parma. In the Golden Period, it was this watershed that led pilgrims from Canterbury to Rome. Combining local traditions and modern research methods, the estate delivers top-of-the-line, organic wines. Guests can organize weddings, private ceremonies, business meetings, etc. at Antico CasaleDelle, an ancient farmhouse enclosed by the harmonious landscape of Parma hills.
A True Example of Wine Culture & Winemaking Traditions
In the early 80s, Andrea Ferrari initiated his entrepreneurial adventure and established Monte DelleVigne. He planted native vines on seven hectares of land with old cultivation methods. In 2004, a new partnership between Andrea Ferrari and Paolo Pizzarotti surfaced Parma’s wine culture with a promise to produce extraordinary wines. Over the years, the estate introduced various new wines to Parma, including Parma (red), Callas(white), Rubina (Rosé-Sparkling), I Calanchi& I Salici (Lambrusco reds), and various other award-winning wines.
The Vineyards – Surrounded by Woods and Embraced by a Splendid Lake
Started with 15 hectares of farm, today, the vineyards are stretched on 60 hectares of land, preserving a vast array of grapes. The estate grows excellent Lambrusco, Malvasia Aromatica of Candia, Barbera, and Bonarda. On some plots, Andrea cultivates Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, and Merlot, using organic viticulture practices. The wines are produced under two renowned labels of Emilia Romagna, namely Colli di Parma DOC and Emilia IGP.