“ENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRICULTURAL HERITAGE SITE”

In 2007, the Slow Food association bestowed on Pusterla Vineyard the title “Historic Heritage of the Environmental Agribusiness Culture”. This ancient vineyard is recognized in Europe for its virtuous and ethical best practices receiving in 2007 the title from the Slow Food association of “Environmental and Agricultural Heritage Site” joining the ranks of Brescia’s most famous monuments, the only one that you can visit and… taste!

Emanuele Rabotti

Time, experience and passion are the characteristics that distinguish Emanuele Rabotti, in 2020 he chose to redevelop and enhance the Pusterla vineyard.
“I want to restore Brescia’s green lung and make it unique, well-kept and welcoming. I can’t wait to make all those who thirst for good things toast with Brescia wine! “

THE BIGGEST URBAN VINEYARD IN EUROPE

The best known productive urban vineyards are those of Montmartre in Paris and in Vienna. Urban vineyards can be found in a number of Italian cities and but at present the Pusterla Vineyard in Brescia is the largest in Europe (almost four hectares).