Friends in the Field

CiboDivino's wine portfolio is Puleo's intimate collection. In fact, he knows several of the Italian winemaker's personally and they are close friends.

Puleo returns to Italy and select domestic vineyards several times a year to meet his friends in the field.

"Wine is a romantic expression of the land, the fruit, the weather. It marks a place in time and symbolizes the full circle beauty of a winemaker's collaboration with mother nature". - Daniele Puleo

  • Tonnino Azienda Vitivinicola

    In the territories of Contessa Entellina, Salaparuta and Poggioreale, the estates of the Azienda Vitivinicola Tonnino benefit from the unique climatic characteristics of this part of Sicily.

  • Marchesi di Barolo

    The "Ancient Cellars of the Marquises of Barolo" are located in Barolo, in the building facing the Castle of the Marquis Falletti.

  • Poggio Verano

    Craft winery in Maremma, the southern part of the Tuscany Coast, producing complex & elegant Super Tuscan red wines from our estate vineyards.

  • Marilena Barbera

    The vocation of the terroir and a great sensitivity to the needs of the vine are the most important resources.

  • Firriato

    Firriato produces 4.5 million bottles annually and they work hard to make unique wines with a sense of place.

  • Franco Massolino

    The Massolino family have always made their wine here, in Serralunga D'Alba, at their home.

  • Bertani Veneto

    With over 200 hectares of vineyards in the most suitable areas of the Verona province, today Bertani is an icon of Italian wine.

  • Medici Ermete

    Now run by the fourth generation of the Medici family, the company boasts sound experience both in the vineyards and in the winery.

  • Il Borro Toscana

    In one of the oldest cellars in Italy, the magic of winemaking continues with passion and commitment.

  • Cantina Della Volta

    Christian Bellei represents the fourth generation of wine entrepreneurs in Bomporto (Modena) Italy.

  • Allegrini

    The Allegrini family is an impassioned producer and ‘interpreter’ of the iconic Valpolicella wine, Amarone.

  • Malvira' Piemonte

    Today the estate is run by Massimo and Roberto Damonte, Guiseppe’s sons, who inherited their father’s passion for winemaking.