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The Marco Scolaris brand is now known as a young and a dynamic company, although Scolaris’ family has been producing wine since 1924.

Giovanni "Senior" built the first small winery, and was among the first to distribute and make local wines known throughout the region, even in wartime, by transporting the barrels with a horse-drawn cart.
Giovanni "Junior" created an underground cellar with the first concrete barrels inside and the first bottling line: a true avant-garde for the time.
Marco has transformed his grandfather's vocation into a reality that has expanded on the national and international market.
Today the fourth generation of winemakers is represented by Gianmarco who, thanks to the experience of previous generations, aims to project the company towards an even better future.
In its history of almost a century, Scolaris has been able to make the authenticity of its wine, the simplicity and refinement of its brand and the professional reliability its strengths.
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The first winery built in 1924 by Giovanni Scolaris used simple equipment: acacia wood vats, screw press, manual piston pump, 7 Hl chestnut wood barrels, 3 Hl Slavonian oak barrels. .
During the development of the company there was the need to bottle the wine which until then was sold in bulk. In the fifties the cellar was equipped with a new processing area adjacent to the old structure. In addition, the first bottling line of the Seitz company, the "Ferrari" of the time with a production capacity of 3000 bottles per hour, was purchased. At the same time the wine-making rooms were expanded, equipping them with the most modern grape presses: the “Willmes” and then the vacuum-packed “Siprem”.
The stabilization systems, the barriques, the fermentation at controlled temperatures and the refinement of the wines, the “Siprem” evolved “Vacum” vacuum press to obtain wines that express their qualitative potential to the maximum, are some of the particular innovations from Marco Scolaris to guarantee the excellence of the wines produced in the cellar.