Its history begins in 1967, when small and large winemakers of the Alto Marchesato Crotonese start the collective
harvesting and vinification of their grapes. Within the Val di Neto social group, the Cappa family has always played
a leading role as a member, both for having contributed to give a particular identity to the viticulture of the whole
territory, and for the profuse efforts in the development of modern winemaking techniques.
After the winding up of the Val di Neto Cooperative in the 1990s, the Winery was able to continue its mission thanks
to the engineer Nicola Cappa who takes over and places it inside the Armando Cappa Estate, which today has
become Azienda Agricola Liguori Carla that has acquired the management and registered the brand.