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Granfather Ferruccio once said: "What you sow now, you'll get in the future..."

Grandfather Ferruccio was a miller, but his real passion was farming, especially winegrowing. In 1957 he bought the house and the vineyard in the Rocca Bernarda hills, initially focusing on the production of the Friuli white then called Tocai, a wine that goes perfectly with whatever you're eating.

We know all this from the stories told by Ferruccio's son Arturo, who took part in that move along with the rest of the family, uprooting from the little town of Vencò, where the mill was located, and settling in what is now the Corno di Rosazzo wine estate.

During the 1980s it was Arturo's son, Adriano, who took over the winery, choosing a peacock as a symbol of the winery, and launching the first bottles on the market.

Today, the winery is headed by Adriano and his wife Giuliana, along with  his cousin Ariedo, who joined the company as wine technician.