The Pieriboni family story dates back to the early 1900s when Attilio and Noemi, grandparents of the current owners, began to cultivate grapes on the splendid Venetian hills around Gambellara, known since ancient times for producing excellent wines.
In 1970, Adriano, Attilio’s son, created the Azienda Agricola Pieriboni with the help of his wife, Milena, by purchasing a small farmstead surrounded by no more than 10 hectares of land in the village of Mason di Montebello Vicentino at the foot of the hills. Over the years, leaving behind the usual and traditional rural activities, such as sowing seed and breeding animals, the company began to undergo significant changes by directing its efforts towards vine-growing.
And so, in 1980, the old barn made way for a small winery in which to autonomously produce wine from the grapes grown in their own vineyards. In the late 1990s, the company purchased more land and, thanks to producing high quality wines, conquered a considerable slice of the wine-producing world.
Now the company is managed by Adriano’s sons, Giovanni and Paolo. Their aim is to continually improve the quality of their wines, from the vineyards to the winery. To do this, they employ the expertise of agrarian technicians and expert oenologists, without ever neglecting the cordiality and friendly hospitality typical of the company’s family-business character.