Country: Italy
Our Vineyards   

Stefano Farina wines combines centuries of tradition, a natural affinity with land and careful nurturing of the grapes.
At every stage, from the choice of terrain to final bottling, we place above all a passionate commitment to achieving excellence.

Tenuta San Quirico - Piedmont

Tenuta San Quirico is located in Diano d´Alba a beautiful country village near Alba. The vineyards face southwest and are situated in the heart of the renowned D.O.C.G. Dolcetto area. Locals refer to these vineyards as the natural balcony overlooking the Langhe. In addition to Dolcetto, San Quirico produces another outstanding wine, the Barbera d´Alba, achieved through the long rooted traditional winemaking process. This is carried out by qualified personnel in tune with the local rural nature of this area.

Cascina La Traversa - Piedmont

Overlooking the valleys of Barolo, lying on La Morra Estate, Cascina La Traversa is the birth place of one of the finest wines in the world: the Barolo. The vineyards are exposed to the south-east. Only carefully selected Nebbiolo grapes of high quality are used to make what is often referred to as "The King of Wines and the Wine of Kings". In addition to the Barolo, the other famous Nebbiolo based wine, Barbaresco, is produced at La Morra. Winemaking process and ageing is given special attention. The latter is carried out in oak casks from Slavonia.

Fattoria di Albereto - Tuscany

The Albereto vineyard is located in Subbiano, within the province of Arezzo, on the right bank of the river Arno, in the heart of Casentino on the way to Bibbiena. The property extends over an area of 46 hectares, of which 20 hectares are covered by the vineyards and 2 hectares by an olive grove. The land includes the production complex, where the wine making process takes place alongside the stocking and preservation of the wine. The 'LA GINESTRA' label originates from these vineyards as well as the prestigious wine Sassaia di Albereto Terre di San Francesco, the vinification of which is carried out with extreme care and the ageing takes place in the typical barrique casks in a separate dedicated room inside the winery.

Fattoria Le Bocce - Tuscany

We are located in Alto Chianti in Panzano, the last Florentine land of the province of Siena. Here you can find a typical Chiantigiana villa, that was once a convent and has now been restored and transformed into a modern wine cellar that possesses an old world charm. The property covers 70 hectares, of which 30 are specifically for wine and 20 for the cultivation of olives and vines. The vineyard faces southwest ensuring plentiful natural sunlight throughout the day and sit at an elevation of 450 meters. All of the winemaking, preservation, aging, and packaging of the products is done on the property of the Fattoria. The facility is equipped with modern machinery and storage vessels that guarantee maximum protection against harm and damage to the grapes. Typically approx 200 tons of grapes are grown and harvested each year. Le Bocce Fattoria is situated in the historical town of Greve, within the municipality of Panzano, where ideal conditions for wine production can be found; The Podere Della Sala vineyards, an area within the Le Bocce Estate, faces southeast, favoring morning sunlight. On these hills, the terroir consists of shale and clay hills on which you can find galestros and trees, positioned to allow the sunlight to reach the vines.

Masseria La Rosa del Salice - Puglia

Masseria La Rosa Del Salice is the latest addition to the wine loving tradition of the Farina family. Located in the heart of Salento, in Salice Salentino, within the province of Lecce, the manor dates back to the 18th century and is set inside a property of 22 hectares, of which 20 hectares are dedicated to vineyards. The terrain is very rocky, and vine planting is unique of this area. Such rocks, duly crushed, are then mixed with the earthy soil along with natural additives, leaving a perfect soil for vines. This area can also benefit from the fact that it lies in the strip of land linking the Adriatic Sea to the Ionic Sea, hence benefiting from both microclimates. From these growths are born the prestigious Stefano Farina label wines, notably the Negroamaro, the Salice Salentino, the Primitivo and the Rosato Della Rosa Del Salice ,all which bear the Rosa Del Salice logo.

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