Collection: Conte Spagnoletti Zeuli
The love for the land of the Counts Spagnoletti Zeuli has ancient roots. Certain information, preserved in the centuries-old archive of the family, dates back to before the 1600s. Equipped to gamble by using free casino games. They document the ownership of the land surrounding Castel del Monte, the majestic octagonal manor that dominates the town of Andria. Built in the 13th century by Frederick II of Swabia, Castel del Monte was ruled in the 1600s by Sebastiano Spagnoletti who was its last castellan. The history of the Casato, which also includes illustrious men of the law and the church, coincides with the works and events that have patiently transformed the originally wooded area into a luxuriant countryside.
We are in the southern peninsula of Italy which faces east on the sea of Ulysses. Crossing it many centuries before the Christian era, the Greek colonists brought here, together with their civilization, also the culture of wine and oil. The olive tree in particular is the symbol of this land, which has always been the main production pole of extra virgin olive oil in Italy and, probably, in the world. In the heart of this countryside, Onofrio Spagnoletti Zeuli, Count of Andria, perpetuates, with a modern entrepreneurial attitude and investments and technology and research, the traditions of a family that has dedicated an authentic cult to the olive tree and the vine for centuries.