The Vallone family

As long as memory and writings can be of help, the history of the Vallone family has always been braid with that of wine, as the vine does with wood.

The Vallone family

As long as memory and writings can be of help, the history of the Vallone family has always been braid with that of wine, as the vine does with wood.

A story braid in the vine

Entire generations of the Vallone family have dedicated their time, life and passion to the vineyards and their fruits.

Stefano Vallone as well as his father Vito and his great-grandfather before him.

 

A story braid in the vine

Entire generations of the Vallone family have dedicated their time, life and passion to the vineyards and their fruits.

Stefano Vallone as well as his father Vito and his great-grandfather before him.

 

A precious land

In the 1980s, Vito Vallone and his son Stefano discovered the uniqueness hidden under the rocky aspect of the Contrade Valso and San Nicola, together with its ancient Permenino village in the Alcamese area.

A land with components so precious that it deserves special care: they buy the land, reclaim it, freeing it from the skeleton of rocks and begin to produce delicious wine grapes, exclusively for wineries.

A precious land

In the 1980s, Vito Vallone and his son Stefano discovered the uniqueness hidden under the rocky aspect of the Contrade Valso and San Nicola, together with its ancient Permenino village in the Alcamese area.

A land with components so precious that it deserves special care: they buy the land, reclaim it, freeing it from the skeleton of rocks and begin to produce delicious wine grapes, exclusively for wineries.

A new begin

A few decades later, Stefano Vallone transfers the family mission to his sons Gabriele, Vito and Fabio who prove to be decisive for the transformation of the production: the wine of the Vallone family is born and, together with him, Tenute Valso.

The young minds bring new varieties and awareness to the territories of the Valso estates: Nero D’Avola, Grillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Perricone, Zibibbo and Syrah as well as, of course, the classic and timeless Catarratto, a native vine, the heart of the company with which Alcamo DOC is produced.

Today, it is Gabriele who takes care of the technical-oenological activities in the company and his brother Fabio has taken the reins of the agronomic activities.

A new begin

A few decades later, Stefano Vallone transfers the family mission to his sons Gabriele, Vito and Fabio who prove to be decisive for the transformation of the production: the wine of the Vallone family is born and, together with him, Tenute Valso.

The young minds bring new varieties and awareness to the territories of the Valso estates: Nero D’Avola, Grillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Perricone, Zibibbo and Syrah as well as, of course, the classic and timeless Catarratto, a native vine, the heart of the company with which Alcamo DOC is produced.

Today, it is Gabriele who takes care of the technical-oenological activities in the company and his brother Fabio has taken the reins of the agronomic activities.

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