Vini Fabiano traces its history back to just before the first world war when, under founder Francesco Fabiano, they started out selling their wines from a shop in Venice. From here they met with a good degree of success and, over the next few decades, expanded gradually throughout the Veneto region and north west Italy.
By the late 1960s they'd established a substantial estate and winery in the town of Sona, in between Verona and Lake Garda and which time they began to export their growing range of wines across the world. Today the business is run by the Alessandro Fabiano, the fourth generation of the family, who has taken on the reins from his father Nicola.
Over the years they've added various Veronese specialities to their porfolio along with prosecco and good quality regional varietals, but it's their widely admired flagship Amarones, and Valpolicellas which lead the way.