In 1980 Luigi Danieli entrusted the management of the family farm to his youngest daughter Marina, handing down to her the traditional arts of winemaking and farming. From that day Marina is the last in the line of four women, who managed the family’s land for more than 100 years.
The Donkey’s Head symbolising grit and dedication immediately became the distinctive logo of Marina Danieli’s farm, which today extends to over 100 hectares of land including vineyards, woods and sowable grounds.
Marina Danieli white wines grow on the sunny hills of Buttrio, part of the well-known area called Colli Orientali del Friuli and they fully embody the Friuli region. Selected grapes are harvested by hand between the end of August and the end of September to produce fresh, elegant and aromatic white wines.