Bruno, Alessandro and Federico

Vespa Vignaioli for passion is the name under which the company Futura 14 has been presenting itself to the Italian and international market since 2014.
Bruno Vespa has been a TV journalist with a passion for the world of wine since the great Luigi Veronelli taught him to love the men and women who are part of it since the 1970s.

For decades Vespa has been telling the story in his articles and one day he decided to become a winemaker himself, associating his sons Alessandro and Federico with the company. The Vespa family owns the splendid Masseria Li Reni, located in Manduria, Puglia, and owns over 34 hectares of land, a large part of which is already planted with vines and a part in the recent planting phase.

Riccardo, Italian entrepreneur and oenologist (n. Monterubiaglio, Terni, 1948)
After obtaining the title of oenologist in 1968, he set up in 1979 with his brother Renzo, also an oenologist, the Azienda Vinicola Falesco S.r.l., founded with the aim of recovering the ancient vines of the territory, and in 1981 the wine and oenological consultancy company Riccardo Cotarella S.r.l., of which he is president. Internationally renowned oenologist, Professor of Viticulture and Oenology at the University of Tuscia in Viterbo and Academic Aggregate of the Georgofili Academy, since 2013 he has been President of Assoenologi; in addition to the profession of oenologist, he has constantly supported the civil commitment, following the young people of the community of San Patrignano in the process of agrovinicola training, participating in the project "Wine for Life" of the Community of Sant'Egidio and following in Bethelem (Palestine) the Cremisan winery, a company run by the community of Salesians. In 2014 he was chosen as president of the Scientific Committee for the preparation of the Italian wine pavilion at Expo 2015. Also in 2014 he was elected as PRESIDENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL UNION DES OENOLOGUES. A biography of the Italian entrepreneur was published by N. D'Antonio under the title Riccardo Cotarella. Almost a portrait (2012).