Today, the Campagnola company cares for vineyards, selects grapes and collaborates actively with more than 50 winegrowers in the most vocational vineyards around Marano di Valpolicella for a total of about 80 hectares. It also has 30 hectares in the Bardolino area, 25 hectares near Mortegliano in Friuli Venezia Giulia and collaborates with wine-growers in the Soave area with about 20 hectares. In the last few years, Mr. Campagnola, managed also to diversify into new products, offering, besides the prestigious private selection, a large range of wines, both from the venetian territory and various Italian areas. From 2000 to 2006, the Winery was totally renovated. The Company introduced also a boasts modern plant for drying the grapes used to make Recioto and Amarone, designed specifically to perform this operation in an entirely natural way.Our wines are aged in two cellars: the historical “Bottaia”, built in the 1940s using local stone from ancient quarries in the Valpolicella area, installed below ground to maintain natural moisture and temperature. The “Barricaia” cellar built in 2000, is the most innovation and evocative part of the overall cellars; 700 French Allier oak casks (barrique) contain the finest wines during the delicate ageing process. In the last few years, Campagnola has also worked hard to improve its ecological commitment and respect for the environment where it operates, convinced that this is the best way to protect the land that gives life to its wines. This proudly brings the family company to the fifth generation. Luigi Campagnola handed down to his children and grandchildren with enthusiasm and constant dedication that special bond with the land, love for vineyards and wine, commitmentand continued devotion to the art of wine-making, in the certainty that these features, upheld in more than 100 years of history, will continue to live on from generation to generation.