A life dedicated to wine. It was 1938 when Pietro and Angelo Solci's parents started trading wine in Milan, bottling or making carboy the wine they bought in Piedmont and Oltrepò Pavese.
It is in this way that since the second post-war period, and especially since the 1960s, the Solci family began to introduce the Milanese to those who at the time were the best Italian wines.
Over the years, the business has increased, growing exponentially, to the point that, especially after the entry of Pietro and Angelo into the family business, the Solci family's wine bars and wine bars have become real for the Milanese. their own "wine worship centers". But it does not end here: by importing artisanal Champagne and attending those that Pietro and Angelo call the "big little Récoltants-Manipulants", the Solci brothers have developed an irrepressible passion for bubbles from Classic Method, which led them to become producers.
This is how Pietro and Angelo, by exploiting the secrets, techniques and knowledge learned from their vigneron friends, have begun to label with the name "Solci’s" what they call their "Italian Champagne". However, the goal was not achieved quickly and easily: in the first phase, Pietro and Angelo have strengthened their farm and cellar premises, focusing on chardonnay and pinot noir, and buying all the best and most modern oenological machinery useful for the production of the Classic Method.