Fay - Casa Vinicola Fay Snc

Via Pila Caselli, 1, 23036 San Giacomo di Teglio (So)
Italy

Telephone +39 0342 786071
Fax +39 0342 786058
info@vinifay.it

Hall map

ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 15): stand G82

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
  • 01.01.09.10  Lombardia

Our products

Product category: Lombardia

Rosso di Valtellina

Rosso di Valtellina is produced from vineyards outside the Docg production area. It is a fresh wine obtained from a blend of Nebbiolo and other native varieties.

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Product category: Lombardia

Il Glicine

The vineyard called Il Glicine extends over 1 hectare in the Sassella sub-zone at 350 metres, in the commune of Sondrio. ‘Glicine’ is the Italian word for wisteria; and this colourful plant clings to the rocky crags that dominate the entire plot.

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Product category: Lombardia

Ronco del Picchio

The San Gervasio vineyard extends over an area of 2,5 hectares in the commune of Teglio at 750 metres. After four years of experimentation, we decided to grow grapes that are suitable for partial drying (appassimento in Italian) in this high-altitude vineyard featuring peculiar characteristics. The resulting wine is Sforzato Ronco del Picchio, whose name refers to a small wooded area behind the vineyard that was studied during the first research phase, always in the hamlet of Carterìa.

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About us

Company details

History
The Azienda Agricola Fay was founded in 1973 by Sandro Fay who, starting from a small family-run wine producing business, decided to expand the estate’s activities.
Construction work began in 1971 on the winery’s premises in San Giacomo di Teglio and in the following years the vineyards were extended by incorporating several additional plots of land. Since 1998, Sandro has been flanked by his children Marco and Elena.

Philosophy
We are committed to promoting single vineyards, which, due to their different soils and altitudes, produce wines with distinctive characteristics.

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