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Volcanic, Independent, Organic. Since 2003, these three words have guided our work and that of Trebotti. Born from our desire, that of the three Botti brothers, who grew up between the Roman metropolis and the Veneto countryside, the company finds its home with the establishment of vineyards and a winery on the border between Lazio, Umbria, and Tuscany.


There is no wine without grapes, which is why raw material has always been at the heart of our attention. From our family tradition, we inherit a passion for nature, the vineyard, and wine. Like our grandfather, Ludovico also becomes an agronomist, collaborating with universities and research centers, earning a place among the 12 best young Italian farmers according to the Ministry of Agriculture (awarded the “new success factors” prize in 2012). With passion and professionalism, we experiment and innovate to produce in a way that is”good, clean, and fair“.


To produce great quality wines, we cultivate Grechetto, Violone, Sangiovese, and Aleatico, native grape varieties of the Tuscia terroir. The only exception is our family grape variety, Manzoni Bianco, a grape created in the 1930s by our distinguished relative, Professor Luigi Manzoni, pioneer and dean of the oenological school of Conegliano Veneto.


From the eruptions of Bolsena, Europe’s largest volcanic lake, our explosive wines are born. The rich volcanic soils give rise to the minerality and elegant complexity of our wines. These typical characteristics of volcanic wines also guarantee great longevity to the wine.


For years, we have proudly been part of FIVI, the Italian Federation of Independent Winegrowers. We, as winegrowers, cultivate only our own grapes and bottle our own wine. We directly oversee all stages of production from the vineyard to the bottle. We are custodians and promoters of our territory, defending the landscape. We put our face on the line, and consumers can come to visit us, get to know us, and thus become co-producers by buying responsibly.