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This is how a family history started…
A fifty year-long story, between 1964-2014, that has its roots in the family's passion and traditions: a true love for the homeland, Friuli or better, the Collio and the Colli Orientali del Friuli, the far north-eastern corner of Italy and gateway to Eastern Europe. Dorino Livon acquired his first vineyards on the Collio hills in 1964, and slowly, plot by plot, expanded his property. In the early nineteen eighties, the sons Valneo and Tonino started working in the family company bringing new ideas and strategies to the table, setting the goal on high quality products. Indeed, since 1989 the commitment to quality has been well recognized and is represented by the Winged Woman created by Ertè. The decade following such brave decision of diversifying the production was spent consolidating our new strategy. The years between 1992 and 1997 saw yet another strategical change for the company: realizing the needing to remain competitive in the rapidly-changing and ever evolving market, the Livon family decided to buy two estates in areas particularly suitable to winegrowing though beyond the borders of Friuli: Borgo Salcetino which is located in the very heart of the Chianti Classico area, in Tuscany and Fattoria Colsanto, in Montefalco (PG) in the Montefalco DOCG area, in Umbria.
Now, after fifty years, the children represent the legacy not only of the family, but also of the values and life philosophy that have helped to build and develop the trademark and have the wines internationally recognized.
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