The winery

Pomegranate is a spontaneous mosaic, surprising, tannic and full of things so different that it necessarily has a relationship with the vine and with life.

The winery is established

Vittorio Foradori buys the winery

Roberto Foradori starts working in the winery

First vintage of “Foradori” produced

Gabriella Casna Foradori manages the winery after the death of her husband

Elisabetta, having completed her studies at S. Michele all’Adige’s wine school, faces her first vintage

Mass selections start on Teroldego

First vintage of “Granato” produced

First vintage of “Morei” and “Sgarzon” produced (produced until 1999)

First vintage of “Ailanpa” and “Karanar” produced (produced until 1999)

First vintage of “Myrto” produced (produced until 2009)

The project “vines from seeds” start for the Teroldego grape variety

Conversion to a biodynamic farming system

Demeter Certification received

The winery joins the group “Renaissance des AOC”

First vintage of “Nosiola Fontanasanta” produced

The production of “Morei” and “Sgarzon” resumes

First vintage of “Manzoni Bianco Fontanasanta” produced

Emilio’s first vintage, son of Elisabetta Foradori and Rainer Zierock

First vintage of Fuoripista Pinot Grigio produced

“Morei” and “Sgarzon” CILINDRICA are born

Theo joins his brother Emilio and begins working at the winery

First vintage of Lezèr produced

Myrtha begins the vegetable production at the estate

Elisabetta begins the cheese production at the estate


Our awareness of nature’s rhythms and cycles has been perfected through observation over time: each season opens new horizons, every day we learn and understand a little more.

We have learned to pay attention, to grasp the subtle differences existing in nature and to preserve the true character of the grape in the expression of its land of origin.

Our daily farming gestures are elevated to creative impulses: it is our duty and privilege to wake up every morning and to be free to work according to the message that the earth conveys to us in that moment.

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We work surrounded by mountains, cultivating Teroldego and Pinot Grigio on alluvial soils of the Campo Rotaliano, Nosiola and Manzoni Bianco on the calcareous-clayey hills of Cognola.

We have been certified by ICEA and Demeter since 2009, although the estate has been farming biodynamically since 2002.

At the helm today, a fourth generation of winemakers run Foradori’s activities. It was Elisabetta Foradori and Rainer Zierock’s work that led to the salvage and regeneration of the Teroldego grape variety through their cultivation of the grape’s original genetic family. Today their children Emilio, Theo and Myrtha Zierock continue in their footsteps to run the winery.

Emilio manages wine production, while Theo oversees the winery’s business and commerce; Myrtha takes care of Foradori’s farming and gradual expansion.

Together the three of them oversee the smooth running of the winery, supported constantly by their mother Elisabetta.

Though Rainer sadly passed away in February 2009, his influence remains fundamental and today his ideas still continue to steer the development of the winery.


We have been looking for some time now for the ideal location to develop a farming project, something we eventually found on the foothills of Monte Baldo in the south of the Trentino region. Back in 2018 we started out with a piece of land and then bit by bit we began cultivating others in Cazzano and Crosano.

Slowly but surely we will try to understand more about these places with the aim to begin a project, which aside from wine, will also focus on breeding Tyrolean Grey cattle for milk production and vegetable farming.

We will keep you up-to-date with the latest news.

Winery statistics

We harvest the grapes from vineyards covering 31 hectares – 70% of Teroldego, 15% of Manzoni Bianco, 5% of Nosiola and 10% of Pinot Grigio – to produce an average of 180.000 bottles per year: 50.000 of Foradori, 20.000 of Granato, 20.000 of Fontanasanta Manzoni Bianco, 10.000 of Fontanasanta Nosiola, 10.000 of Fuoripista Pinot Grigio, 10.000 for each vineyards of Sgarzon and Morei and 50.000 bottles of Lezèr.

Who we are

Elisabetta, Emilio, Theo, Myrtha.

Daniela, Raffaele, Federica, Sonia.

Loris, Alessandro, Federico, Elena, Matteo.

Lorenzo, Danijela.




we work with pleasure because we truly believe in what we do


we practice what we preach


we do what we need to do in order to obtain our objectives


our message is understood and respected

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we are united and each one of us has the opportunity to express ourselves and thrive


we support and foster ethical farming methods that safeguard both nature and man

Continued development

we undertake continual and detailed research into ways of improving what we do


throughout our lands we aim to create harmony with the surrounding landscape