Bontempi’s family originally approached the vine cultivation tank to Luigi Bontempi, a cropper for a local upper-class family. Luigi passed on his love for the land and his passion for wine cultivation to his son Emiliano Bontempi. The characteristic of this morainic aera, the ground richness and the good climatic conditions, together with the deep knowledge and respect for the old farming traditions, are the elements that determine the nature of the grapes grown on these hills and the high quality of the wines produced. The wines themselves tell the story of the landscape through their tastes and fragrances. Chardonnay and Pinot black grapes produce vintage sparkling champenoise wines while Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Barbera and Incrocio Terzi characterize the structured red wines.