Producer Profile


Davide Gentile and Marco Giuliani, childhood friends from Abruzzo who lost touch after university, reunited with a shared passion for wine. Together, they embarked on a winemaking journey fueled by a deep appreciation for natural methods and bold experimentation. Unlike many, they eschewed formal wine education, agronomists, and oenologists, opting instead to learn through hands-on experience in vineyards and cellars. Their inaugural fermentation in 2010 was plagued by mishaps, prompting them to seek the intervention of an expert grandmother, known for her skill in dispelling the evil eye, to perform a ritual over their grapes. Miraculously, it proved successful, giving rise to Lammidia ("evil eye" in Abruzzese dialect), their venture into winemaking. - From Cream Wine

Where The Wines Come From


In the picturesque region of Abruzzo, Italy, nestled between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea, winemaking traditions run deep. While perhaps not as widely recognized on the global stage as some other Italian wine regions, Abruzzo boasts a rich viticultural heritage, producing a diverse array of wines that reflect its unique terroir and climate. From the robust reds of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo to the crisp whites of Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, the wines of Abruzzo showcase the region's commitment to quality and tradition. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in organic and sustainable viticulture among Abruzzo's winemakers, as they seek to preserve the natural beauty of the land and produce wines that resonate with modern consumers. With its blend of ancient winemaking techniques and forward-thinking practices, Abruzzo continues to captivate wine lovers around the world with its distinctive and memorable wines.