Stories about our wine. Stories about our family.The Zago family has always lived along the Piave River, committed to farming and passing their expertise, traditions and values of the soil and the world of winemaking from one generation to the next. This strong connection with the land dates back to the middle of the 19th century when Francesco Zago moved to Maserada sul Piave with his family but this bond didn’t take on its distinctive trait until 1973 when Luigino decided to allocate the family’s property exclusively to growing grapes. This passion for wine has run deep in the family and continues to this day thanks to the collaboration of his son Federico, a qualified oenologist, and daughter Chiara who is in charge of communications and market development.
Sessantacampi: the new challenge
The arrival of Chiara and Federico has not only brought a breath of fresh air to the company but a strong determination to develop and find our place on the international market. Over the years our company has earned the trust and respect of numerous experts in Italy and abroad and now we are ready to take on a new and important challenge. We want to reinvent ourselves and choose to make “Sessantacampi” a brand capable of communicating our love for our land and its farming tradition clearly and directly.
A name, like the “little wagon” on the logo, that is closely associated with the past and the buying and selling of wines between the Treviso countryside and The Most Serene Republic of Venice. Sessantacampi is the historical land registry title of a large farm and the wine made from its vineyards was sent to Venetian estates. That value is now conducted by the Zago family and the wine from this soil is being savoured all over the world, as it was in the past.