It was in 1952 when Pietro Spinato understood the enological potential of this magnificent land lapped by the waters of the Piave river and gave life to the wines that today bear my name: Anna Spinato. The story begins there, alongside of Anna’s father, captivated by the ancient charm of old ways of working the land and the country fairs, by the magic of turning fruit into wine, and then racing over Venice to deliver it in the “Bacari” wine bars. Happy times that fueled Anna’s passion for her people, work and for her customers that today spread all over the world.
Now the era of dashing to Venice is over, but the farm work remains the same; maintaining the rites and the of working the land while at the sime time nurturing the winemaking process, year after year. But the best, perhaps, is yet to come, because life goes on and the story repeats itself.
Today, Roberto the son of Anna Spinato helps to create exclusive packaging, providing support in the art of dominating modern technologies and giving her mother the energy to continue to face the challenge of reaching markets worldwide.
The passion for the land and good wine has passed through generations and today, Anna Spinato, together with her son Roberto, is at the helm of the winery and creates Doc and Docg wines typical of the territory, such as Valdobbiadene, Prosecco, Raboso and Malanotte: excellent local wines alongside wines from international vines capable of meeting the taste and the needs of worldwide markets.
Anna Spinato Winery is lucky to live in a marvellous land that deserves love and respect, thanks to the delicate, natural equilibrium that supports it. Knowledge and love have always guided the company in the search for the best combinations of soils, microclimates and winemaking systems to obtain wines capable of enhancing the aromas of our vines and the unmistakable “flavor” of this land. Anna and her son Roberto decided to create wines typical of this region, such as Valdobbiadene, Prosecco, Raboso and Malanotte, alongside wines from international vines capable of expressing and enhancing the unique and distinct characteristics of our land. A shrewd choice revealing not only the love of traditions, but also the desire to open to new possibilities in the world – a philosophy that should inform our way of thinking and our wines.
Organic and colorful, for those who are young in their head and heart: here is the new bottle signed by Anna Spinato! Purest organic wines enclosed in shapes and colors conveying the spirit of fun, a winning combination to live the feast of encounters and to find out flavors and aromas that tell the taste of good things and the joy of well-being. Let yourself be charmed by Anna Spinato’s new bottles: magical blends of innovation, creativity, design and a lot of health. The proof that you can be beautiful, nice and cool!
Very recently, Anna Spinato Winery has joined Business News Japan Awards 2020 and won Gold Medal in this prestigious competition:
Prosecco Millesimato DOC Extra Dry 2019
Awarded Gold by Business News Japan
Interview of Mr. Roberto Furlani (Anna Spinato’s son) – Production and Export director
Question 1: Do you already export to Japan ? If yes, where ? If no, what type of importers & distributors are you looking for in Japan ?
Yes we exporting in Japan, we currently working with TOA SHOJI company.
Question 2: What is the most unique and qualitative part of your products, different from competitors ?
Mainly we producing a wines with a modern stile but from typical grapes from our region Veneto as Glera Grapes for Prosecco DOC and Valdobbiadene DOCG or Raboso grapes for Malanotte del Piave DOCG and Rosè Sparkling Extra Dry. The winery founded by my grand father Pietro in 1950 and now our philosophy is “tradition and innovation” like a right mix to have successful in the modern wine market around world.
Question 3: When did you start to export your brand worldwide, and what is your development plan for the next years ?
We start in 2000 to exporting around world our brand. First in Europe country and now we are present in North America, Asia ,Russia and Australia. For the future our plan is increase our actually organic wines in portfolio because I believe is a future also for the wines sector and not only for food.
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