"Primo Amore, or first love expresses the joy of discovery experienced when a wine drinker first encounters the sweetness and enticing fragrance of the delicate wine.
Moscato wine (sometimes spelled as Muscato), comes from the Muscat grape, which is a sweet, white grape and from it we get delicious snacks such as the actual grape and raisins and beautiful, sweet and delicate wines of a number of different varieties, including a delightful sparkling wine in a number of different regions. Not only are there a number of different varieties of the wines that are made by the Muscat grape, the grape itself is found in no less than a few hundred varieties with other regions and countries blending the Muscat with other types of grapes to make its own hybrids.
In addition to being so versatile and revered by the wineries of the world, the Muscat grape is possible the oldest grape variety in the world and may have been used as part of the celebration of King Midas' funeral as it was found among the items in the burial mound." ~Winery Notes
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The heart of the company is located in Gambellara, in the province of Vicenza, an oasis of lush green hills, meticulously arranged vineyards, and also the ancestral home of the Zonin family.
This history has manifested itself in the vicissitudes, the hard work and the inspired decisions of a family whose name is inextricably linked to passion for the land, its vines and wine.
In the historic headquarters of the Company, the Zonin family began to produce wines on a small scale in the early 1800s. In the next century, "Commendatore" Domenico Zonin would initiate an aggressive marketing strategy. This dynamic man, born in 1899, lived to the venerable age of 101, technically spanning three centuries. His youthful spirit bore witness to dramatic transformations of a way of life that evolved into modern present day in which a seventh generation of the family runs the firm.
Today the Zonin family honor their family's historical passion for the vineyard, the sine qua non for producing high-quality wines, by including "Vintners since 1821" on their logo.
The wooden wine press, located at the entrance hall of the Zonin's headquarters in Gambellara, dates back to the beginning of the 19th century. In fact, the construction of wine presses, the way they work, and the system they use for pressing the grapes have essentially remained unchanged since early Roman times.