Augustus, Caesar, Traianus, Caligula, Hadrianus, Tiberius.

For the Romans, wine was a central element, sacred as well as profane.

The cultivation of the vine was probably also one of the first productive factors to contribute to the prosperity of the city, already in the monarchical era.

When the Romans conquered Italy they found in their hands a land that in their time was commonly called Enotria (land of wine) and which ensured them, by far, the commercial primacy over the wine trade throughout the Mediterranean.

Starting from such a land, it is not surprising that the Romans spread viticulture in practically every province of the Empire, placing it among the most distinctive and enduring signs of their civilization.

That tradition we collect and represent today with a special collection of wines, dedicated to famous characters of Roman history associated with the best grape varieties and best practices of today.