The Caldera winery is a historical presence, deeply rooted in the territory. The bottle label is a tribute and the result of a genealogical and heraldic research. In fact, the presence of the Caldera family in the territory of Pisa has already been attested around the 12th century.
The winery sees the light thanks to a far-sighted vision of Prospero Caldera. He decided in the early twentieth century to build it in a strategic position, that is, near the Portacomaro railway station – almost as if he wanted to trace the destiny of a winery with an international vocation. A choice, which today seems difficult to understand but, at the time, changed the fortunes of the family. The station, and consequently the railway, was in fact the only method to transport wine abroad.
At the helm of the Caldera winery, over the years, first Carlo and then Giuseppe have succeeded. Today there is Fabrizia who, together with her husband Roberto Rossi and son Fabio, leads the winery towards a modern and technological evolution for an increasingly attentive and demanding public.
The Caldera winery has always been open to the world and has always made far-sighted and avant-garde decisions. In fact, Fabrizia Caldera’s choices continue in the same direction as the first founder Prospero.
From the Monferrato hills, whose geometric shapes seem to be drawn with great precision, the winery project began in the last century. This is strongly oriented on bio-sustainable themes, respectful and attentive to the ancestral and anachronistic pact between man and earth. According to the family, the generosity of Mother Nature and her gifts is amply rewarded by carrying out ecological, sustainable and green choices.
The wine production focuses on different types of wines and the catalog is very rich and wide of proposals. Among these, the Ruché di Castagnole Monferrato D.O.C.G. “Prevost” whose characteristics are excellent and whose flavors are unparalleled.
The Caldera winery is an excellent starting point to discover all the scents of the Monferrato land, from wine to truffles, through ancient villages and peasant traditions.