All our grapes come from the rolling hills of the Val Tidone. At this place where time seems to be stopped, we are bound by a very strong historical and personal bond, a red thread that binds the past of the Scarabelli family - who has been producing their own wine here since 1900 - with the history of the Piacenza area and its precious food and wine resources.
The production of our grapes is a slow and delicate process, which we follow carefully, day after day, with the support of agronomists specialized in the treatment of local vines.Currently the company boasts 25 hectares of cultivation from which came all the grapes used in the production.
The processing of the grapes takes place entirely within the company, to maintain the total control of each phase, carefully followed by an oenologist doctor as well as by the owners of the company.
Scarabelli wines differ from others in that they are the result of a careful attempt to bring together tradition with innovation, the past with the future, popular culture with healthy drinking.The result is a modern wine, but which preserves all the wonderful fruits of its land: a healthy, good wine, like the one that after a long day of work was uncorked and put on the table by Francesco Scarabelli - founder of the farm - in the early 1900s.
The wine culture is made up of knowledge, work and passion. But also of encounters, faces and people, who discover something more about their history around a glass of wine
We don't just produce a wonderful wine: in our direct sales outlets you can come and discover the quality of the Scarabelli brand, get to know the universe of our products, get advice on the best combinations from those who made that wine with their own hands.Different qualities of whites and reds, still and sparkling, but also rosés, prosecco and other to discover: from the winery Scarabelli all the excellent products that have made the success of the Emilian wine tradition arrive on your tables.
Our sales outlets are located in Piacenza, in Via Alessandria 13 and in Via Cornegliana 42.