Famiglia Zingarelli has decided to redesign its identity, where “Family,” intended as a laboratory of ideas and a system of values, becomes the 360° expression of Rocca delle Macìe’s soul. Under a new concept of territorial expression, some iconic labels are collected and redefined: the “single vineyards” thus become part of a path destined to grow and represent the identity of their Estates globally.


The iconic wines of Rocca delle Macìe, wines that have been producing from the outset and that have grown up side-by-side with the winery itself, becoming the ambassadors of our territory throughout the world.


The Maremma breath of Famiglia Zingarelli. In 1998, Sergio Zingarelli landed in Maremma to explore an area where the winemaking tradition has ancient roots. Thus, within the Morellino di Scansano area, he acquired the Campomaccione Estate, 80 hectares of which about 25 are now dedicated to the cultivation of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Syrah. In 2003, a new property strengthened Rocca delle Macìe’s presence in Maremma with the acquisition of the Casa Maria Estate: 64 hectares of land, at the time uncultivated, where he planted 25 hectares of vineyards, including 10 of Vermentino.


It is in the province of Brescia, in the heart of Franciacorta, that this ancient cellar is located, managed by the Fratus family, who, with 18 hectares of vineyards, produces wines of great finesse, the result of experience and care in managing the vineyards and all phases of the production process. Thanks to the expertise of its staff, the company has long initiated a management approach based on respect for the environment and working conditions, concluding, with the 2006 harvest, the conversion phase to “biological” methods for the entire production. The company’s decision stems from a strong commitment to associating quality criteria with the integrity of its wines, with a spirit of great consideration for the ethical principles inherent in human relationships.

The wines of Villa Vescovile are the offspring of Trentino’s great winemaking tradition, encapsulating its entire history and culture. The grapes come from prestigious vineyards located just north of Trento, planted on pergola-trained terraced soils typical of the area. They give life to red and white wines that stand out for their character and typicality. Villa Vescovile wines encompass the most important Denominations of Origin of the region.

An estate founded in the 1980s in a particularly suitable area of Eastern Friuli, where the gentle hills alternate layers of marl and sandstone, known in Friulian as “ponca”. Owned by the Ermacora family, who have always made viticulture their strength.

The Merlot by Giordano Emo Capodilista, the Barbera by Andrea Faccio, and the Sangiovese by Sergio Zingarelli: three grape varieties expressing three different territories and traditions, narrating three distinct personalities. Combined with the joy of being together, a strong friendship, and a touch of imagination: this is PrimoVolo!

On the other hand, Treperuno is the second project born from the passion of the three friends for a great grape: Merlot.

The PietraPura line is born from the collaboration between the Tuscan company Rocca delle Macìe and renowned Apulian companies, united in the common intent to enhance the indigenous grape varieties of Salento and create wines that best express the territory.

The Straccali company was founded in 1925 by Giulio Straccali, an expert oenologist, farmer, entrepreneur, and wine producer with a big dream: to reveal through his wines the scents, colors, and flavors of the Tuscan land.