Casa Sartori 1898
This means being steeped in over 125 years of Veronese traditional winemaking excellence, and being custodians of a family heritage based on sound, enduring values: a love of knowledge and the desire to develop it and hand it to the next generation, beauty and elegance, and gratitude and deep respect for our home city Verona for the wealth of beauty it’s given us.
We believe that “good wine” should not be a luxury, but a right to be enjoyed by as many people as possible. The right to quality wines – a right we believe it’s our company’s solemn duty to uphold. This is why we are committed to spreading the knowledge of the world that lies behind our products: the work that determines its quality, and the unique characteristics that go into its making. We do this to ensure our clients can make informed choices.
We are aware of the social responsibility current times demand of every brand, and we feel this imperative not as an imposition, but as a duty, and as an opportunity to drive improvements.
We wish to express our gratitude for what our city has given us. And through our produce and initiatives we see ourselves as its custodians: above all else, we believe it’s paramount to preserve the beauty of this place for future generations. We believe it’s essential to support cultural and social initiatives, in order to champion the historical and cultural heritage of our area.
We are a business based on solid values handed down from generation to generation: gratitude, foresight, love of knowledge and a deeply held sense of social responsibility. We place great emphasis on planning our future, based on sound competences and managerial skills, and invest in the qualities and talents of our people.
We pay meticulous attention to everything we do. In the vineyard and in our winery. Our commitment – and indeed our duty – is to develop environmental sustainability programs that recognise the needs of our local area and the people who live here.
We think of ourselves as a “human brand”, made up of values, emotions, and connections – and not mere possessors of technical skills and abilities. We are committed to creating friendly, supportive conditions for our people.
We have never pursued trends. We’ve always followed our own path – one which champions elegance and stylistic coherence. We want to be inspired and led by innovative solutions, especially those that foster environmental protection.
We have decided to embark on a journey towards greater sustainability and we intend to realise the commitments we’ve made by adhering to four fundamental guiding principles:
- making a product available that embodies great craftsmanship, wisdom and history;
- championing the people and the land that contribute to the creation of our unique wines;
- recognising the role and importance of women within Casa Sartori 1898, creating initiatives to allow them to flourish and realise their full potential within our organisation;
- creating a laboratory which, through our knowledge, wisdom and actions, yields continuous improvements aimed at developing a circular economy.
For us, these are more than mere words. And that’s why, for many years now, we’ve maintained an unswerving commitment to supporting a range of social, cultural and local community initiatives.