Azienda Agricola Boccapane

Boccapane is a little jewel of a biological winery located in Ruino, a charming village on the OltrepoPavese’s hills, an area well renowned for its generous wine production.

Boccapane lands stretch over three neighbouring commons, each different for vocation and tradition, defined by their unique territory: Rovescala’s rich soil is famous for its reds, Bonarda and Barbera; Canevino is known for certain reds, for its lively whites and bubbly Spumante bases; hilly Ruino, being 500 mts above sea level, is perfect for the Riesling and Moscato varieties.


Terroir is the French term used to define the geographical factors that determine the uniqueness of a specific wine in a specific territory, where the type of soil is the predominant element that will characterize both the grape and the wine.

Thus we, at Boccapane, have worked, within our vineyards, to maintain a healthy terrain, caring for and restoring a balanced eco system.


A so-called natural wine is simply the result of pressing the grapes, adding or taking away nothing in the process. And a natural, biological wine is at its best if it represents its terroir, and happens only with low yield vines.
Quality, rather than quantity.