Ambessa Goods promotes family run vineyards that pass the knowledge, passion and love for the highest quality sustainable wine and artisanal goods from generation to generation.
We focus on reconnecting our customers with independent family run ethical producers that use traditional farming and harvesting methods that minimally impact the local environment.
We are privileged to work with our vineyards that sustain traditional family run business and practises into the future, and are proud to present our unique and high quality produce, exclusive to Ambessa Goods in the UK.
Finca Valonga is situated in Belver del Cinca, on the left bank of the Cinca River in Huesca, Aragon, 2 hours from both the Catalan Pyrenees and Cataluña. Since our grandparents “The Ferrer Family” first settled in the vineyards in 1931, Finca Valonga has expanded to also specialize in the production of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Walnuts, Honey, and Almonds.
The vineyards are located 300m above sea level, with a semi-arid continental climate that provides a natural equilibrium between rain, sun, humidity and temperature.
These unique award-winning wines are bottled, labelled and stored on the estate and then brought straight to us!
The winery is situated in Mezzocorona in the heart of the Piana Rotaliana an area traditionally dedicated to wine growing due to its climatic and geological characteristics. The village is situated between the rivers Adige and Noce in a unique ecosystem where the soil is composed of alluvial pebbles, Dolomitic limestone and nutrients from both rivers forming a perfect terroir for the great Teroldego varietal.
The “Cantina” is far older than its foundation date of 1860. Over the centuries the property passed through some of the most important families of Trentino: the Counts of Metz, Conti Firmian, Chini and the Princes of Thun. In 1860 Andreas Martinelli founded the current brand and started the production of large quantities of quality wine, which was exported throughout Europe gaining recognition and winning awards. Today the Martinelli's fourth and fifth generation family are engaged in large-scale restoration projects, marrying modernity and technology to tradition, for the production of fine wines.