We updated our Liburdi Industries Wines Video

“The grapevine farming in the Comino Valley has very ancient origins and it has improved during the centuries. In 1860, thanks to the great agricultural agent of Atina, Pasquale Visocchi, several French varieties of grapevine were combined with the local ones that represent the basis of the enology of the entire valley. The meticulous care for our vineyards shows the attentiveness, the passion, and the love that we dedicate to this prolific and graceful land. The activity, accomplished with self-denial, gives us the opportunity to talk about our wines that grow out of the choice of the best vineyards. The grapes are carefully selected and collected by hands in an uncontaminated environment that boasts of authentic pearls in his traditional products.”

The connection with our roots brought us to dedicate our wines to historical personalities:

  • Eques, a kind of gladiator in ancient Rome, is represented in a majestic roman mosaic preserved in the Palazzo Ducale of Atina.
  • Lucio Munazio Planco, consul during the roman Republic, was born in Atina in 90 b.C. He founded the cities of Lyon and Basilea.”
  • Carmen Rossi (Maria Carmela Caira) was born in 1879 in the farmhouse where our company is located. She had been the model of several artists in Paris from 1892.

November 23, 2019

Grape Harvest

It takes somewhere between 400 and 500 grapes or just over 2.5 pounds of grapes to make one bottle of wine. A ton of grapes will make about 800 bottles

  November 21, 2019 

Our Grapes – For The Reds…

November 19, 2019

Our Grapes – For The Whites

November 17, 2019 

The Vineyard

November 8, 2019

Three Very Special Wines

Liburdi Industries, Inc. is introducing to the market three very special wines: two reds and one white.

The soil and wine have a history that goes back to B.C. and in Roman times. They are produced in the Italian region of Lazio, in a town about 90 km south of Roma. Tours of the winery can be arranged and shipments to distributors worldwide are available. Contact Francesco Liburdi at fliburdi@liburdii.com