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Located at the heart of the Oltrepò Pavese zone, the Isimbarda estate owes its name to the ancient house of the marquises Isimbardi, Lombardy nobles who became the feudal lords of the Santa Giuletta estate at the end of the 17th century. In particular Don Luigi Isimbardi – who in the 19th century loved the Isimbarda farm just as much as he did his magnificent palazzo in Milan – was a skilled vine-grower and a pioneer of modern winemaking techniques.
Since 1991, Luigi Meroni, who may still use the Isimbardi coat of arms as the symbol of the estate, has worked with the same passion and moder