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Unveiling the Legacy: Tenuta La Meridiana's Wine Journey



The story of Tenuta La Meridiana intertwines with the enological history of its region, tracing back to a time veiled in memory. The pivotal year of 1890 marks a significant milestone for Tenuta La Meridiana, as it was the first time they bottled wine for sale. This strategic decision was not just about enhancing the wine's potential; it was about preserving its essence and extending its reach beyond local confines.


This year is regarded as the real commencement of Tenuta La Meridiana’s journey, shifting its focus from mere production to a more holistic approach encompassing consumption and customer experience. The company's name, inspired by the first sundial on a village house, reflects its connection with nature and the art of winemaking. This sundial, a symbol of time and change, mirrors the winery’s commitment to optimal ripening and meticulous craftsmanship.


Over five generations, Tenuta La Meridiana has witnessed transformations, yet its core desire remains unchanged. It's not only about writing a new chapter in the history of winemaking but sharing this journey with others, turning "our" story into a narrative that resonates with every wine lover.


In line with this vision, we at Wine Affairs are actively seeking partnerships with like-minded wine distributors who appreciate the artistry and heritage behind each bottle. Our partnership aims to create mutually beneficial opportunities that enhance both our portfolios and the wine-drinking experience of our customers. Additionally, we are looking for passionate wine enthusiasts and skilled salespeople to join our team. This is more than a job; it's an invitation to be part of a story that spans generations, an opportunity to contribute to the vibrant and evolving world of wine. Join us in this venture, and let's uncork the future together.


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