In 1977 Siro bought this beautiful estate with eight hectares of old vineyards, where it implements its now-established activity in poultry farming. Historically Tenuta Vignega (Vignega is the name of the place where it is located) belonged to the noble family of the Counts Serego Alighieri, direct descendants of Dante, and these vineyards were the southern offshoots of their land surrounding VILLA SEREGO ALIGHIERI in Sant’Ambrogio. Later this farm is bought by the Bolla family of ancient wine-making traditions. At the end of the nineties also Tenuta Vignega undergoes the change in business management starting with the organic farming method. In 2002 the process of renewal of the old vineyards began, with more densely planted vines and Guyot rearing.
The emblem of Tenuta Vignega is the eagle, which is often found in the coats of arms of the Veronese municipalities after the Austrian period and represents a feeling of pride, tenacity, freedom that unites a father to his daughter.