FROM FOUNDRY TO VINEYARD
An ancient foundry, and the life of Bartolomeo Bortolomiol. We know he harvested the grapes for his wine and that he made nails in his foundry. And it is these nails that gave him and his descendants the nickname Ciodet from the local dialect word for the Italian chiodo, or nail.
This is a family as dedicated as the land is itself to wine growing, and excellence. After the War Labano Bortolomiol and his brothers set out to refine the quality of a wine with a bright future.
Today the family tradition continues with Labano’s children. Enrico, naturally innovative and an expert oenologist, represents the true spirit of a new generation that believes in quality as a
fundamental mark of distinction.