The history of the Fabiano Family in the wine-making industry started in 1912, when Francesco Fabiano, Nicola's son, opened a wine store in Venice, just a few steps from St. Marco's Cathedral. His son Sergio, having made his store very popular in the whole city, started a wine trade throughout the Veneto region. A clever merchant and a charismatic character, in 1955 he engaged himself in the production and distribution of bottled wine, buying a small estate in Lazise, on the Veronese shore of Garda lake, for that purpose. Since the '70s and Fabiano is committed to enter in the most important wine markets in the world. Between 1990s-2000s Fabiano developed its own wine production which now reaches over 125 acres of vineyards. The cellar is located in San Pietro in Cariano for the fermentation and aging of the Valpolicella wines.