In the early 1950's, the Natarelli family embarked on a great wine tradition through the purchase of a winery in Bolognano, Italy called "da Anna". Individuals could taste wine drawn directly from the barrel at this winery. This tradition was handed on from father to sons Giuseppe and Mario, who eventually turned the winery into a wine cellar where draught wine was produced and sold. Mario's son Luigi continued producing wines and in the year 2002 created the first bottles that carried the Natarelli surname.
Today, with the help of the oenologist Romano D'Amario, Luigi continues to successfully put together old family traditions with canguard techniques of production, obtaining high quality wines.