Founded in 1821 in Gambellara, Veneto, ZONIN 1821 is a group that produces quality Made in Italy products, renowned for having contributed to the international export of Italian wine-growing culture and its valued products.
The beating heart of this all-Italian entrepreneurial reality is the Zonin Family, which for seven generations and over two hundred years of history has cultivated, interpreted and handed down a unique cultural heritage with a progressive look to the future: care for the territory, enhancement of local wine-making traditions, respect for biodiversity, technical experimentation, innovation in production processes and sustainable development are the elements that express the company’s DNA.
With a turnover of approximately 200 million euros and goals for strong expansion at the global level, today the group is led by an international management team headed by Pietro Mattioni, as the CEO, alongside the brothers Domenico, Francesco and Michele Zonin, who respectively hold the roles of President and Vice President.
seven generations of heritage
4000 hectares, 1600 planted with vines
199,50 million euros
revenue in 2022
to over 140 countries around the world
OUR ESTATESWe are committed to preserving the link between the various terroirs and their cultures. For 200 years, we have invested in quality viticultural regions across Italy and beyond, always with an unwavering respect for the land, a commitment to thoughtful evolution, and our driving entrepreneurial spirit.
TROPHIES AND AWARDSThe Group’s wines continue to garner famous awards and coveted international trophies that underline their prestige and excellence, including the International Wine and Spirit Competition, the Decanter World Wine Awards, the Asia Wine Trophy, the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, the Berliner Wine Trophy, the Los Angeles International Wine Competition and the Melbourne International Wine Competition.
HOSPITALITY, TASTING AND EXPERIENCES
Within the various estates, wine production activities are flanked by hospitality: the importance attributed to it has a remarkable symbolic significance since it expresses the role of ZONIN1821 in transmitting the culture of wine, promoting education in this sector, respecting the diversity that typifies each winegrowing district and enhancing the local skills and know-
The Group promotes sustainable development in all its aspects: environmental, economic and social. Among the many activities carried out to preserve the soil and the ecosystem, the company is committed to restricting the use of technical means in viticulture, rationalizing water resources for irrigating the vineyards, encouraging the use of renewable and clean–energy sources, and protecting local flora and fauna by implementing reforestation, where necessary.