Good morning from the Madama family, a historical family of Mornico Losana. After combing through the municipal registry and the baptismal registers in the archive of our parish, we were able to trace the various generations of our ancestors to 1825, the year in which Carlo Madama registered his son Francesco at the registry office. Four generations followed when, at the end of the Great War, Emilio began to transform a small company into a real business.
Then married to Marie Antoinette, Emilio consolidated the family business by producing our first bottles, still preserved to this day.
In 1972 Edoardo officially took over the reins of the company, initially expanding the vineyards to the current 10 hectares, and later, thanks to the unconditional support of his wife Gabriella, to consolidate a brand that today is an example of excellence in wine-making.
Today, Edoardo is joined by Massimo, the eighth generation of a family who believes in quality, territory and hard work.
The Pavia Chamber of Commerce has formally recognised us as a Centennial Company. Since 1998 there has also been the Feudo Nico restaurant with its breathtaking views of the beautiful valley dominated by the Montalto Pavese Castle.
Mamma Gabriella is the undisputed queen of the Feudo’s cuisine. During the year, her cuisine follows the seasons, offering a typical tasting menu. All the ingredients come from nearby farms or directly from her garden.
Dining room service is taken care of by Massimo, ready to propose and combine the dishes with the wines he produces. Having a long history of farming has given us strong ties with the environment around us. Our choices as a company always take into account the environmental impact it will have.
The cornerstone of our viticulture is to produce healthy grapes, transforming them into superior quality wines.
This goal is made possible by minimizing the use of pesticides or chemical agents, exploiting the resources and regulatory mechanisms normally present in nature.
For some years we have also been producing our own EVO oil.
We like to define our agriculture as eco-friendly.