Wine is among the range of “Made in Italy” products that are
garnering worldwide renown: it is, in fact, an undisputed star. This is not only due to the knowledge and experience of our producers, and the richness of our terroirs: in a glass of wine you can discover values, emotions and a creativity that words alone cannot explain.
Our family understands these values and this creativity by having applied them or a long time in other areas of Italian excellence, primarily in the field of fashion.
Transferring this knowledge to wine-making, by bringing life to the picturesque setting of the “Le Corgne” estate in the form of a true boutique winery, the Andrea Fendi Formilli winery was a natural development for us.
Today we decided to contact you because your of experience in the wine sector, which demonstrates your professionalism and your ability to grasp market trends.
We would like to proudly introduce the fruit of our work and to invite you to try our five labels: Le Corgne white, Le Corgne red, our merlot, our sauvignon blanc, and our pinot noir. These wines are certainly different from each other but united by a common feature: the influence of a special microclimate that allows them to maintain a wide range of pure aromas, adding value and depth to already powerful structures.
The farm “Le Corgne” was purchased by Family Fendi at the end of the nineties.
The property covers approximately 35 hectares, of which 20 are woodland, 6 vineyards and the rest to arable land, in the municipality of Valfabbrica about 700 meters above sea level.
This area, silent and hidden, away from the most famous wine-producing areas of the region that is home enjoys a special microclimate as well as preserving a wide range of unspoiled scents that add value to a product already well structured.
During these years the property has been dedicated to the recovery of the residential buildings and only in 2005, at the behest of Andrew Formilli Fendi, were planted the first vineyards of Pinot Noir and Sauvignon.
The winery was subsequently restructured and now appears to be a local edge where the wine rests on the essential and innovative.