Mountains, lakes, glaciers, intense and vivacious colors and a pure nature. The territory boasts a variety of microclimates from the sub-Mediterranean oasis of Lake Garda, to the perennial glaciers of Adamello.

A diverse environment where traditional vines (like Teroldego, Marzemino and Lagrein) cohabit with new international ones (like Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon). It is a land of elegant and modern wines, with harmonious flavor and fragrance and with lively colors characteristic of the alpine nature.

It is a land of exceptional sparkling wines produced with the bottle fermentation method (Metodo Classico)

Vineyard manager and winemakers produce our quality wines with the land and environment as the top priority, with a philosophy of being guardians of the land. At Mezzacorona, all electricity is supplies through hydro-electricity. In addition, the "sexual confusion method" was introduced as well as reducing the use of chemicals to protect against diseases and pests.



This land of great charm, with its landscape of small hills, richly perfumed air and remnants of past civilizations, Sicily, where nature is always generous, is destined to become the grape growing region envied by the rest of the world.

Surrounded by the sea and blessed by the sun, with warm winds and active volcanoes, this island exemplifies the power of nature, and you can taste it in the wines produced here.  The intense sunlight and different soils allow to create an environment perfectly suited to Mediterranean flora, especially the grapevine. Sicily produces rich, exuberant wines with intense aromas and full body, a faithful reflection of the energetic soils.

As the second winery in Italy to earn Eco-Management and Audit Scheme certification, Stemmari boasts one of the most sustainable wine productions in the world – using green practices throughout to ensure efficient use of resources, preserve local flora, and ensure the production of quality wines for years to come.
Reduction of Chemical Treatments: The vineyards are treated following the concept of “sexual confusion,” a modern biological system used to fight harmful insects by limiting their reproduction through pheromone over-stimulation, avoiding extra treatments.