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Voted the Best Italian ​Wine Importer in Hong Kong



Located in the northwestern part of Italy, Piedmont's reds are renowned around the world. Piedmont is the home to Nebbiolo, a famous grape variety contributing to the creation of excellent Barolo and Barbaresco! 

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Giuseppe Mascarello E Figlio

The Giuseppe Mascarello family has been making wines since 1881, and their property has extended to more than 15 hectares of highly-prized vineyards, all located within the Barolo wine-making area. They make arguably the most compelling and ultra-traditional wines to be found in the whole of Italy. 

La Ganghija

Enzo Rapalino, a passionate young winemaker, founded La Ganghija back in 2004, in order to express his love of the wine of the place he grew up in. Treiso, where La Ganghija winery is located, is not just a small village with stunning landscapes, but is also renowned for Barbaresco D.O.C.G. wine production. 

Marco Porello

Familiar with every inch of his vineyards, the talented winemaker Marco Porello is 'un vero uomo della terra'  (a true man of the earth) and works with complete conviction to produce exemplary wines from the regional grape variety of Arneis. 


Founded by the Negretti brothers in 2003, the Negretti Azienda Agricola Vini is located on the gentle hills surrounding La Morra. Young, dynamic and entrepreneurial, the Negretti brothers are dedicated to the persistent pursuit of quality of their wines, so as to devote themselves to making excellent wines with traditional wine-making methods passed down from their grandparents. 

Vigneti Massa

Five generations of the Massa family have laboured tirelessly to keep the Timorasso grape from extinction on the steep hills east of the city Tortona. Timorasso grape is an ancient, endangered variety, which is also very difficult to grow and comes with a small yield. 

Virna Borgogno

The Borgogno vineyards can date to 1720, and the modern estate is now managed by Virna and Ivana Borgogno, while Virna is the first woman in Italy to complete a degree in winemaking technique from the University of Turin. Therefore, the logo "VIRNA" is to reflect the major role played by women in the business.