The company history

The art of wine making of the Campagnola family has reached its fifth generation: a passion that has been handed down from father to son. The Giuseppe Campagnola winery has its heart in Marano di Valpolicella, where it produces and vinifies the grapes, both from suitable land owned and from historical suppliers, still identified in the 1950s by grandfather Luigi, with a view to continuous improvement of the quality of the grapes.

The origins

This passion for the art of wine-making goes back to Carlo Campagnola, who was involved at an early age in the wine trade, followed by his wife Caterina Zardini who, after the untimely death of her husband, courageously continued the business and in 1907 won the medal for the best “Vino Recciotto” at the Wine Exhibition in Verona.
The enterprising spirit of Carlo and Caterina was inherited by Giuseppe, one of ten children, who together with his brothers in 1926 acquired the “Antica Osteria ai Portoni Borsari” in Verona where the wines made on the family farm were sold.
In the 1940s, with the outbreak of World War II, he moved with his children Giancarlo and Luigi to the current location in Valgatara, where production and selection of classic Verona wines still continues and develops today. Giuseppe bought most of the vineyards from his brothers and continued his course with the goal of creating high quality products. This was how the current company gradually came into being and when the historic cellar was built, where still today the traditional Valpolicella red wines are aged.

1960s – 1990s

The journey through the history of viticulture of this family is over a hundred years long and continues thanks to grandfather Luigi, who with his foresight contributed to the path of rebirth from the post-war period to today and who, with the new cellar built in 2000, marks the passage from a small production company to a large company capable of competing in world markets, welcoming visitors and events in large spaces, under the banner of the great tradition of hospitality of the Campagnola family.


Luigi Campagnola handed down to his children and grandchildren with enthusiasm and constant dedication that special bond with the land, love for vineyards and wine, commitment and continued devotion to the art of wine-making, in the certainty that these features, upheld in more than 100 years of history, will continue to live on from generation to generation.
Today, the Campagnola winery take cares for vineyards, selects grapes and collaborates actively with more than 50 wine-growers in the most vocational vineyards around Marano di Valpolicella for a total of about 80 hectares.
A united family, a competent team, a passionate group.

The vineyards of Valpolicella

Wine-making traditions since 1907 in Marano di Valpolicella valley. Five generations enamoured of land, vineyards and grapes. This was the year when the century-long story began of a wine cellar achieving excellence thanks to the love and passion of its components.

"A team called family"

When the land meets the hand of generations, Campagnola is born: a group, a family that after over 100 years affectionately involves its members.

The Team

Expert hands that work the land and follow the cultivation in the vineyard; highly professional collaborators who take part in the production process every day. Faces and people who with their precious work make it possible to produce high quality wines for an increasingly attentive and demanding market.

The family

A common passion

A family that has always worked together. Fathers, mothers, children, grandchildren bring the love for the family to their daily work. A common passion for wine, which has been handed down for five generations. Giuseppe with the sisters, Antonella and Monica today heads the company together with his sons Paolo, enologist and Andrea, business manager. The harmony of the Campagnola family emerges in the notes of its wines.
Generations that have followed one another over time and have passed on the same love, the same passion for the land and for wine.
The strength of Campagnola is held here: wines that tell the story of a family.


Respect for tradition can never be separate from our duty to give future generations the resources they need to improve the quality of their lives. It is this conviction that has led Campagnola’ s commitment to sustainability.
A “green” path that the Campagnola family has already been implementing in its estates for some time now.
Sustainability is the key word to contribute to the idea of ​​the future of one of the most important denominations of Italian wine.


In the certified organic cultivation of the vineyards of the Campagnola estates, products of natural origin are used, a lot of commitment and passion, which make it possible to obtain high quality grapes while respecting the environment, biodiversity and the ecosystem. The great value of Campagnola is the will to convey the sense of a community that works towards a single direction, that of quality, brought to the new generations, to safeguard a territory and a heritage of ingenuity and passion.

Ecological bottle

Eco-sustainable winery


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