The Tabarrini cellar contains bottles from the early 1940s, bearing witness to the company's many years of experience in wine production. In the 1990s, thanks to Giampaolo Tabarrini's intuition and enthusiasm, a new cellar was created and eleven hectares of the estate were converted to vineyards with the aim of selling solely bottled wine and further improving its already excellent quality. The company limits production volumes to 60,000-70,000 bottles a year, 65% of which are exported to 30 countries around the world.
Considering the high demand to production ratio, it is often necessary to ship a few dozen bottles of each type of wine to buyers at short notice. Each shipment needs to be customised using a specific label on the back of the bottle. This label is particularly important and needs to include the following information: name of the importer and distributor, origin of the product, local regulations, advice for storage and tasting etc., all of which must be written in the customer's language and printed in high quality.