The origins of the company date back to several generations. In the second half of the 1700s, historical documents show that Lorenzo Savigliano was already a great winemaker and passionate cellar man. His properties were divided among the heirs over the following generations, until Enrico Savigliano, in the early 1900s, began to appreciate the quality of his wines and to market them in the Piedmontese plain.
The market has since expanded far beyond; the two sons Dario and Giuseppe Savigliano made wine production their main activity. Today the 18 hectares of company vineyards produce carefully selected grapes for the production of over 100,000 bottles. The trade takes place in various Italian regions and in many European countries.
The management of the company has remained mainly family-oriented, as have the purely traditional processing systems now in the hands of the new generations: Marino and Stefano, both oenologists supported by their families.