The Foradori farm is located in Mezzolombardo (Trento) in the heart of Campo Rotaliano, surrounded by the Dolomites.
Today the fourth generation of winemakers continues to work constantly to grow plants that maintain their expressive spontaneity.
Founded in 1901, and managed by the Foradori family since 1939, Azienda Agricola Foradori has always worked to enhance the ancient local Teroldego variety; an important momentum in this direction occurred in 2002 with the conversion of the company to the biodynamic agricultural method.
Thanks to the work of Elisabetta Foradori and Rainer Zierock, through the cultivation and enhancement of the ancient vine genotypes, we have witnessed, over the years, the conservation and genetic regeneration of the native Teroldego vine. Their sons Emilio, Theo and Myrtha Zierock continue to work in this direction today.
In addition to wine, the Foradori farm is also concentrating its efforts on the cultivation of vegetables and the breeding of the Grigio Alpina cattle for the production of cheeses. All to constitute a complex and balanced agricultural organism.
“As custodians of the earth we believe that our work is measured with time, with the rhythms of nature, with the expectation that plants grow, age, bear fruit; that the wine evolves slowly in the silence and darkness of the cellar ".
Surface: 28 hectares (14 hectares owned in the Campo Rotaliano, 9 hectares rented for 50 years in Fontanasanta, 5 hectares conferred by our team members)
Annual production: 160,000 bottles
Soil: Campo Rotaliano (alluvial, gravel and sand) + Fontanasanta (mainly calcareous-clayey)