Lives in the vineyards
A century of history, family, and wines
Over a hundred years ago…
Edoardo Faravelli first occupied what is now Bosco Longhino. He was the son of a young widow who remarried an affluent man. From him, Edoardo received a plot of land, along with a house in the Molino Marconi hamlet of Santa Maria della Versa, in 1895.
Together with his wife Angela, and his children Tullio and Maria, Edoardo dedicated himself to developing this endowment. The Faravelli family still reside in the same house as their founder and ancestor, and carry on his legacy to this day.
Marco and his son Massimiliano, now cultivate the grapes to produce the different white and red DOC and IGT wines of the Oltrepò area. Their focus is on excellence and authenticity, sacrificing quantities for quality. Bosco Longhino wines receive global acclamation, particularly across Europe and in New York.
With Massimiliano’s technical skills and Greta’s management, we are aiming to bring Bosco Longhino’s wines onto the tables of anyone abroad wanting to savor the taste of Italian oenology. Now, at the beginnings of the fifth generation, with young Federico and Pietro, sons of Massimiliano, Danila and the Faravelli family welcome the company to those who want to experience the wines and traditional snacks in the heritage winery located within sprawling countryside.