Palazzo Pullici, in the center of Soave, has been the home and the headquarter of the Pieropan family for over two centuries. The building dates back to the 15th century, the facade has ashlar in the upper part and stone frames on the windows. Inside the courtyard there is an external staircase that connects the floors, and it is a typical example of warehouse in Verona and Venice. A commemorative plaque on the facade of the building indicates that the poet Ippolito Nievo stayed there in the years of his childhood.
Renovated in the late 80s, Palazzo Pullici has been the residence of Pieropan family for about 250 years, a place of affections and relationships, feelings and inspirations. Over the years the palace has become the vital center of the company and still is the family residence.
The Pieropan business was founded in 1880 in the heart of the medieval village of Soave, a few miles east of Verona. The family has been producing the finest traditional varieties of Soave since the early 1900's. Today, the winery is run by Nino and Teresita Pieropan along with their sons Dario and Andrea. Their commitment to managing their vineyards in an environmentally sustainable way has been passed down from one generation to the next and the family utilizes a successful blend of traditional and modern winemaking practices guaranteeing true quality in every bottle.