The cellar is our home, the place where our whole family has moved its steps.

Our activity was born from the mind and hands of Mario Rivetti, who at the end of the 1960s began to vinify his own grapes and to sell the wines that were produced, evolving the activity of his father Pasquale, who had started the viticulture business. Having passed away prematurely, Mario Rivetti left the family business in the hands of his daughters Loredana and Anna. A female management carried out in respect of the environment, for years engaged in the so-called integrated struggle for the respect of the natural cycle of the vine.


The cellar, where man and nature meet to enhance the wine.

The cellar is the place where tradition and innovation come together, where many harvests have passed, where the smell of wine has permeated one of the most fascinating and important places of our activity, where generations have handed down tradition and love for the wine. But the cellar is also the last step in a journey that starts from the land, the vineyards and the daily work to ensure that they bear good fruit. A work in symbiosis with nature that brings the grapes to our refining rooms.


The technologies of today, the experience of the past.

Our cellar consists of a vinification room, with stainless steel tanks for fermentation and storage, a room for bottling and packaging and an underground room, where the constant temperature and humidity favor an excellent aging of the wine in medium capacity oak barrels as well as in the bottle. Technology provides us with the tools to simplify many processes, but winemaking is also an ancient art that has been handed down from generation to generation.


Refinement for high quality wines.

Aging in medium-sized oak barrels is a choice we make because although it requires a longer period of time than in vats or tanks, it allows us to provide a result of undoubted quality. Nature must be respected and expected, to allow it to express itself at its best. We choose oak wood because it gives harmony and complexity to the final product, some features that it could never acquire in a container made of another material.