The Bossi Fedrigotti family lives in Trentino for almost 600 years and more than 300 dealing with wine. The property began to grow in the last decades of the '600 with the purchase of "a piece of land in Fojaneghe". The campaign is soon filled with vineyards and through the archive of the cellar, can be traced back to the first vintage (1697), one of the oldest of its kind in Italy. In '700 the agricultural heritage widened until it reaches the maximum extension of 250 hectares and wine-making activity was growing.
Federico Bossi was Fedrigotti, father of the current owners, to sense the need for a profound transformation. Thanks to him was abolished wholesale (in barrels and carboys) and ran bottling. It was he who created the first "Bordeaux blend" in Italy, obtained, that is, with the simultaneous vinification of Merlot and Cabernet grapes, the foundations of the great wines of Bordeaux. It was 1961. At the new wine, accompanied by a constant success, it was given the name of "Fojaneghe red", from the estate where he grew - and coltivano- the best grapes of two varieties.
The Company Counts Bossi Fedrigotti is now flanked by the experience of Masi Agricola. The recent partnership agreement provides support by Masi in terms of cutting-edge technology and international marketing network.
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