Exporter to Europe

Azienda Agricola Nardello Daniele S.S.

Via 4 Novembre 56, 37032 Monteforte d'Alpone
Italy

Telephone +39 045 7612116
Fax +39 045 7612116
info@nardellovini.it

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand D41

Fairground map

ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 15

Our range of products

Product categories

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

Our products

Product category: Veneto

Blanc De Fè

Production Area Mount Zoppega and Mount Tondo

Soil: Volcanogenic

Growing technique: Pergola veronese vecchia

Grape: 1/3 Garganega, 1/3 Trebbiano di Soave, 1/3 Chardonnay;

Yield per hectare: 100 q.li

Harvest time: Varies according to grape

  • Chardonnay – beginning of September
  • Trebbiano – end of September
  • Garganega – second half of October

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Product category: Veneto

Vigna Turbian

Production area: Mount Zoppega in the middle of the mount

Soil: Volcanogenic

Growing technique: Pergola veronese

Grape: Garganega 70%, Trebbiano di Soave 30%

Yield per hectare: 100 q.li

Harvest time: End of September for Trebbiano Grape and the middle of October for Garganega grape.

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Product category: Veneto

Meridies

Production area: Mount Zoppega

Soil: Volcanogenic

Cultivation technique: Guyot and pergola veronese

Grapes: Garganega 100%

Yield per hectare: 90t

Harvest time: End of October

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About us

Company details

History

“Our family’s roots have been in Monteforte d’Alpone for hundreds of years”

The first documented traces of the Nardello family’s existence date back to the mid 1500s.

Notary deeds dated 6th May 1608 put a definite date on the purchase of the house in Via 4 Novembre, the company’s current head quarters. The property was sold by the Veronese Boniotti to Leonado and Zuane (Giovanni) Nardello.

From cadastral surveys of later years, we have managed to discover that our ancestors owned plots of land in the districts of Rubian Zoppega and Novella , land that was arable, meadow and “planted with vines”.

Farming, and our subsequent viticulture specialisation, has always been the family business.

“This is why we were able to inherit such a valuable vine-growing patrimony. In some plots, the average age of the vines is 50 years.”

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