The estate Mazzolada extends to 126 ha, of which 95 hectares of vineyards, all cultivated in the area of controlled designation of origin. Three-quarters of the vineyards in the estate Mazzolada are the new plant, with a density of 3,500/4,500 vines per hectare.
The cultivation of the vine, on this territory, between mountains and the Adriatic sea, existed from 300 b.c. with the dominion of Rome over the Mediterranean.As proof of this, there are roman documents that date back to 131 bc), where he illustrates the cultivation of the vine in the area of Julia Concordia (now Concordia Sagittaria, which includes our company), with a production of wines of high quality. By purchasing a prestigious property Mazzolada in 1985, the Genovese family inherits with it the tradition and the millenary culture of production of fine wines, of whose testimony are the areas received awards in wine competitions.