Le Vigne di Zamò
Vigne di Zamò Winery is located in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, more precisely in Rosazzo near Udine. Its origins date back to 1978 when Tullio Zamò bought 5 hectares of vineyard on the Rocca Bernarda hill; a few years later, the sons Pierluigi and Silvano rent the vineyards around the Abbey of Rosazzo and so with the "Abbazia di Rosazzo" brand, they began to produce the first wines in barrique, such as Ronco delle Acacie and Ronco dei Roseti gardens. The company reached an important turning point in 1987 when Silvano Formigli joined the team as regards commercial development and Franco Bernabei, a world-renowned winemaker. This is how the following year Ronco Dei Roseti obtained the recognition of the Three Glasses of Gambero Rosso. The company begins to expand its borders more and more with the further purchase of vineyards on the Ronchi di Buttrio and later on the Rosazzo hill, reaching a company total of 35 hectares of vineyards. The strength of the company is precisely the possibility of being able to take advantage of 3 terroirs: Rosazzo, Buttrio and Rocca Bernarda. Together with Oscar Farinetti, Pierluigi, Silvano and Brigitte have continued to manage the company following the path already traced by Tullio, continuing to enhance tradition as well as the territory of Friuli Venezia Giulia, pursuing quality but also respect for the land and native vines.