among the finest wines produced in Italy and now the Noble Wines of Italy enters the most exclusive wine club

The company and the Coronea brand are an intuition and passion of Andrea Bignotti and his wife Chiara Turelli who purchased a property in Sale di Gussago in Franciacorta where they created a "boutique" company that extends for only 3 hectares cultivated with vines chardonnay and where they produce the now famous blonea de blancs Coronea .

Now Coronea makes its debut in Vini Nobili d'Italia which, according to the authoritative magazine Forbes , is the most exclusive Italian wine club.

Conceived by Baron Ivan Drogo Inglese president of Assocastelli and Assopatrimonio and entrusted to the presidency of Vittorio Invernizzi , former patron of the beverage group Lurisia, recently sold to the colossus Coca Cola , as well as owner of the Tenuta Monterosso di Acqui Terme (Alessandria) winery the "Dragon" of Monterosso.

The club is based in Monferrato in Villa Ottolenghi Wedekind .

The club also owned the Castel di Salve family of the Winspeare family in Tricase (Lecce), that of the Collalto di Susegana and that of the D'Attimis Maniago di Buttrio (Udine) accounts.

Vini Nobili d'Italia also has the privilege of supplying the cellar of the Russian diplomatic headquarters in Italy and soon the wines represented will be those officially included in the cards of the Italian Historic Hotels network, of which Piergiorgio Mangialardi is president and CEO of the Allegroitalia chain .

Coronea is one of the few carefully selected wines that can be found on the menu of the refined Arva restaurant (chef Dario Ossola ) at the Hotel Aman housed in the Palazzo Papadopoli overlooking the Grand Canal of Venice.

Also in Venice, the Coronea is present in the menu of the Oro restaurant, of the Hotel Belmond Cipriani , led by chef Davide Bisetto .

And right here the actor George Clooney tasted the Coronea (a delivery to Villa Oleandra in Laglio was temporarily canceled due to the covid).

Another card that includes the Coronea is that of the Hotel Hermitage in Cortina, whose cellar is managed by the sommelier Simone Grange .

But Coronea's are also the official bubbles of the Doge 's Ball that Antonia Sautter organizes every year in Venice.