• Add to Collection
  • Tools Used
  • About

    About

    From the third generation of Italian immigrants, Valentim Scarpato spent years crushing grapes during his childhood to help his grandfather in wi… Read More
    From the third generation of Italian immigrants, Valentim Scarpato spent years crushing grapes during his childhood to help his grandfather in wine production. After 50 years he decided to continue the family tradition. As soon as he retired from the blacksmith profession in 1998, he began to produce colonial wine to pass the time. Valentim used to produce 2,000 bottles per season, which were sold only to friends. Today at the age of 94, he can't help to produce. But with the knowledge over the years, his sons are keeping the family tradition. Read Less
    Published:
Vinho Artesanal Scarpato
Edição Limitada (600 garrafas)

Da terceira geração de imigrantes italianos, Valentim Scarpato passou anos amassando uvas com os pés durante a infância para ajudar o avô na produção de vinho, em Azambuja, distrito de Pedras Grandes/SC. Depois de 50 anos decidiu dar continuidade à tradição familiar.

Logo que se aposentou da profissão de ferreiro em 1998, começou a produzir vinho colonial para passar o tempo. Valentim costumava produzir 2.000 garrafas por temporada, que eram vendidas apenas para amigos. Hoje, com 94 anos, por conta da idade não consegue ajudar na produção. Mas com o conhecimento deixado ao longo dos anos, seus filhos levam em frente a tradição familiar.

ENFrom the third generation of Italian immigrants, Valentim Scarpato spent years crushing grapes during his childhood to help his grandfather in wine production. After 50 years he decided to continue the family tradition. As soon as he retired from the blacksmith profession in 1998, he began to produce colonial wine to pass the time. Valentim used to produce 2,000 bottles per season, which were sold only to friends. Today at the age of 94, he can't help to produce. But with the knowledge over the years, his sons are keeping the family tradition.
Package Design — Vitor Scarpato
Process Photography — Vitor Scarpato
Product Photography— Fabrício Sombrio