Exporter to Europe Exporter to Asia Exporter to North and Central America

Tenute Stefano Farina SRL

Via Brianza, 13/A, 22031 Albavilla

Telephone +39 031 626445
Fax +39 031 629988

Trade fair hall

  • Hall 15 / B73
 Interactive Plan

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand B73

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15


Alessandra Rossi

+39 393 8758622


Pietro Filigura

+39 3357178570


Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Piemont
  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Puglia


  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Toscana


Our products

Product category: Piemont


The manor owned by Stefano Farina in La Morra d'Alba lies on hills well exposed to the warm afternoon sunshine, the most suitable for grape ripening. This wine is aged for several years in oak casks of Slavonic origin and has a garnet red or ruby colour, with a violet aroma combined with notes of licorice and light spicy. Velvety, soft taste. The Barolo Stefano Farina has a noble tradition and is considered the "king of wines" amongst Italian wines.

 100% Nebbiolo of the variety Lampia, Michet and Rose. Perfect to be grown in the area of Barolo municipality and suitable to obtain Barolo. 
Soil: half calcareous, rich in quartz sand of a greyish-white colour, above 170 meters altitude
Evolution/Ageing: one year in stainless steel cisterns, two years in oak casks of Slavonic origin (big barrels, a low percentage in barriques) and finally in bottles (8 months min).
Best served with: Braised meats, cheese with blue-green marbling, red meats and game
For best result, we suggest to uncork bottle and decant wine at least 3-4 hours prior serving.

- Berliner Wine Trophy 2016 - Gold medal (Vintage 2011)
- IWC 2016 - Silver Medal (Vintage 2011)  
- I Vini Veronelli 2016 - 90 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Rodeo Unkorked - Int. Wine Comp. - Texas - Silver Medal (Vintage 2010)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2015 - Silver medal (Vintage 2010)
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2015 - Wine not to be missed (2010 vintage)
- Decanter - November 2013 - 95+ Outstanding    (Vintage 2009)  
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2012 - Espresso Edition - 16/20 3 glasses   (Vintage 2007) 
- James Suckling - 92 Points (Vintage 2007)
- James Suckling - 90 Points (Vintage 2006)
- Wine Spectator - Aug-31-2009 - 90 Points  (Vintage 2005) 
- 84° Place on top 100 Wine Spectator 2008   (Vintage 2004)  
- Wine Spectator - June-15-2008 - 91 Points  (Vintage 2004)  
- 49° Place on top 100 Wine Spectator 2005 (Vintage 2001)

More Less

Product category: Piemont


Known as the little brother of the great Barolo due to its lower content in alcohol and for the more gentle and velvety features. Barbaresco takes its name after the small village near the town of Alba, on the river Tanaro, where this wine is made. This classic high standard Italian wine has a limited production and is ideally served with roast meats and game dishes. The wine is aged for several years in oak casks of Slavonic origin, and has a garnet red colour with a shade of orange. An aroma of violets together with a generous and pleasing taste make of this wine a unique experience. Better served after decanting and long breathing.

Vine variety: 100% Nebbiolo of the under variety Lampia, Michet, Rose grown in the town of Barbaresco within the province of Cuneo.
Soil: clayey and calcareous, well exposed on hills under 550 meters altitude.
Evolution: 26 months of which 9 in oaks of Slavonic origin.
Best served with: Feathered game, roast meat, tasty first courses (as for example ragù or game sauces).

- Luca Maroni 2017 - 88 Points (Vintage 2012)
- Luca Maroni 2016 - 86 Points (Vintage 2011)
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2014 - Wine not to be missed (Vintage 2010) 
- Vini buoni d'Italia 2012 - Espresso Edition 15/20 2 glasses (Vintage 2008) 
- James Suckling - 90 Points (Vintage 2008)
- James Suckling - 91 Points (Vintage 2007) 
- Wine Spectator - Sept-30-2009 - 90 Points  (Vintage 2006)   
- Wine Spectator - Sept-30-2008 - 91 Points   (Vintage 2005)    
- Wine Spectator - Dec-15-2007 - 89 Points         (Vintage 2004)
- Wine Spectator Oct., 15 2003 - 91 Points  (Vintage 2000)

More Less

Company news




Jan 13, 2017


We are proud to announce we got good results in National and International Tasting.
Please, see the enclosed

More Less

About us

Company details

Tenute Stefano Farina is an internationally-focused winery which sells wines worldwide, mainly in the USA, Germany, Russia, Japan and many other European countries.

It was the 1930's
Stefano Farina and his wife Giovanna were raising 3 children and Stefano needed to support his family. He decided to start a business with what was his great passion: WINE!
After some years, his passion and perseverance helped him to build a thriving winery.
Now the Company has 5 cellars: 2 in the northern region of Piedmont, 2 in the central region of Tuscany  and 1 in the Southern region of Apulia.


Our clients and importers save time and money by purchising wines from all 3 of Italy's great wine regions from only one producer.

From the choice of terrain to final bottling, Tenute Stefano Farina personally cares about quality.
Each wine we produce combines centuries of tradition, a natural affinity with the land and careful nurturing of the grapes.

More Less

Company data

Export content

> 75%

Number of employees




Company information as a PDF file