Castello di Stefanago
Castello di Stefanago is located in Borgo Priolo, in the province of Pavia, in one of the most suitable areas of Oltrepò Pavese for the cultivation of vines. Castello di Stefanago is owned by the Baruffaldi family who have been making wine for five generations. Today the wines are born of commitment, passion and constant research to innovate the tradition of the brothers Antonio and Giacomo, while the commercial sector is followed by his sister Antonietta. The hectares of vineyards are 20 hectares cultivated in organic farming. All the vineyards, are between 300 and 470 m.s.l.m., and are interspersed to enhance the biodiversity of the land. Fifty thousand bottles produced every year and numerous labels produced based on croatina, barbera, pinot nero, pinot grigio, cabernet sauvignon and riesling renano. Almost all the wines are aged in steel, some in large barrels of acacia. The San Rocco, made from Riesling Renano grapes, and the Pinot Nero Ancestrale Rosé, brut from the harvest of overripe grapes stand out.