The estate La Scolca was taken over between 1917 and 1919 by the great-grandfather of Giorgio Soldati who leads today the company together with his daughter Chiara, the fifth generation shown to the third millennium. The past and the future live together in this company that combines the best naturalness of who live in the world always with the speed of who look forward with the vision of courageous captains: never as in this case the name of the family “Soldiers” has a special symbolic meaning. La Scolca stemmed from the name “Sfurca” or “Watch out” and the farmhouse that stood there in the past was just a lookout post. These names reflect the full proud and tenacious character of the owners and their wines. In 1919, ownership was partly covered by forests, and the rest was cultivated. The intuition of Soldati’s family was well-studied: to plant vineyards in early twentieth century Cortese grapes in an area exclusively suited before to cultivation of red berried vineyards: never, as in this case, the name of the company was prophetic. The production became soon a major technical and entrepreneurial activities. La Scolca is therefore the oldest company in the area, for continuity of the management by the same family, but at the same time is the most modern.